London (14 January 2015) - Competition for prime assets in Europe’s major real estate markets is leading property investors to continue their move into secondary assets and recovering markets, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe 2015, a forecast published jointly by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PwC.
DAVOS, SWITZERLAND – 20 January 2015 – Fewer CEOs than last year think global economic growth will improve over the next 12 months, though confidence in their ability to achieve revenue growth in their own companies remains stable, say the more than 1,300 CEOs interviewed in PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey.
PwC and Forbes asked CEOs from Slovakia to name the CEO they respect and value the most for the way he/she manages the company and for his/her success and personal qualities. The Most Respected CEO award was a part of The Slovak CEO Survey 2015, where this year 121 business leaders participated.
PwC and Forbes magazine surveyed how CEOs view prospects for the business environment in Slovakia. 121 CEOs of firms in Slovakia shared their opinions and experience with us in the Slovak CEO Survey 2015.
27 May 2015 – A quarter century after the fall of the Iron Curtain, family businesses in Central and Eastern Europe are at a crossroads, facing critical decisions about their future. As many pioneering business owners approach retirement, 40% plan changes in ownership within the next 5 years. At the same time, many are looking to improve growth and profitability by expanding international sales, transforming operations, and investing in technology.
PwC’s global market capitalisation study of the leading listed 100 companies shows that getting into the Top 100 and staying in the Top 100 is no easy task.
It’s increasingly clear that consumers see no significant divide between digital and traditional media: what they want is more flexibility, freedom and convenience in when and how they consume their preferred content.
Never before has tax been more important to governments, taxpayers and other stakeholders. Increased global compliance requirements, together with a greater need for robust controls to manage tax risks and a desire to use data analytics to assist in business wide decision making processes are all impacting tax functions and their investment decisions.
Wednesday 24 June 2015 – PwC has today been ranked as the world’s second most attractive employer for business students in Universum’s annual World’s Most Attractive Employer ranking – second only to Google.
A new survey charting the top risks in the global insurance sector shows that cyber risk and interest rates are now among the top risks for insurers. Their entry, new into the rankings of this fifth successive survey, are indicative of how high a concern they have become for the industry when looked at in conjunction with regulatory developments and the broader macro-economy.
PwC announced the winners of the fourth year of the Leading HR Organisation Award - a competition in which awards firms with the most effective HR management and HR best practice.
LONDON, Bratislava, 6 October 2015 – The PwC network reported total global gross revenues of US$35.4 billion for the fiscal year ended on 30 June 2015. At constant exchange rates, PwC's total global revenues rose by 10%. This is up markedly from the previous year and the strongest year-on-year growth that the network has seen since FY07. Growth was strong across all lines of business and in all geographic regions.
Bratislava, 21 October 2015 – PwC’s HRS department published the findings of the 23rd annu-al remuneration survey of Slovak companies. The 2015 PayWell survey analysed overall strategy in employee remuneration and employee bonus trends.
Bratislava, 13 November 2015 – PwC Slovakia retained its position as the largest consulting firm on the Slovak market for the third year running according to the TREND weekly. With revenues of more than EUR 41 million in 2014, the firm recorded 23% growth year-on-year. PwC Slovakia is the auditor for 38 firms in the TREND TOP 200. The ranking was published in the annual TREND TOP yearbook on 12 November 2015, which is compiled by the TREND economic and business weekly.
Budapest, 20 November 2015 – Officials from the ministries of finance and economy of five CEE countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia) have called for a joint approach to combat VAT fraud and increase VAT collection in a conference hosted today by PwC in Budapest.
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