Looking at the bigger picture, by striking a balance between staying competitive, driving innovation and preserving our environment.
The importance of sustainability is now far-reaching, as the need to behave responsibly becomes a key aspect of strategy and operations.
It’s not so long ago that sustainability was seen by most companies as little more than a peripheral ‘green’ issue. That view is changing, and rapidly. Companies from all sectors are having to confront and adapt to a range of disruptive forces including increased urbanisation, intense competition for raw materials and natural resources and digitalisation that is challenging the business models of many sectors. At the same time those same companies are coming under greater scrutiny about their role in society. Consumers, NGOs, the media and their own employees are holding companies to account about their treatment of workers, the sourcing and quality of their products and their corporate culture.
So, the real question is how to balance sustainability and the bottom line?
PwC conducted exclusive interviews with leaders from businesses and regulatory bodies in Vietnam to understand what sustainable development entails.
PwC Vietnam is proud to be the Knowledge Partner of Vietnam Business Summit (VBS), the largest international conference of its kind organised by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
VBS 2019 will engage top decision makers from the Vietnamese government and the business community in a two-way dialogue about investment, business opportunities and ways to win in the digital era.
How we can help
Watch our video to see how PwC Vietnam has accompanied the country in its development journey over the last 25 years.
Our audit and assurance group provides assurance on the financial performance and operations of your business. We can also help your business improve its external financial reporting and adapt to new regulatory requirements, including Vietnamese Accounting System, Vietnamese Accounting Standards and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). We can also help your organization report externally on non-financial information, and strengthen your corporate governance procedures.
PwC is the leading provider of tax services worldwide in terms of the size, scope and reputation of our tax practice. Clients engage us because we understand their business and the economic environment they operate in and combine this with specialist tax knowledge in Vietnam and across hundreds of jurisdictions around the globe. As the tax environment in Vietnam becomes increasingly complex, we help companies to:
Achieving your objectives to gain advantage requires experience and foresight. Make the best decisions to move your business forward with confidence. Our regional presence brings access to the best of local knowledge and an established network of sector expertise across South East Asia.
Realizing the potential of your mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and capital markets transactions
Deals are an opportunity – for faster growth, stronger capabilities and dramatic transformation. Harnessing this potential requires foresight that only comes from a deep fluency in deals. Whether you’re looking to find new opportunities today or ensure your future place, PwC can help.
PwC Legal (Vietnam) Co., Ltd is a law company established in 2000, and licensed in Vietnam by the Ministry of Justice, with its head office in Ho Chi Minh City and a branch office in Hanoi. As part of the PwC global network, we offers our clients comprehensive legal advisory services alongside the assurance, tax and advisory services provided by our associated PwC offices.
Tran Thi Thu Huyen
Manager, Marketing & Communications, PwC Vietnam
Tel: +84 24 3946 2246, Ext. 4691