PwC, one of the world’s leading professional services firms with offices across the region, has entered into an agreement to acquire NSI DMCC, an industry-pioneering technology consulting firm headquartered in Dubai, UAE.
PwC Middle East, a leading professional services firm, has posted a 14 per cent rise in its revenues for its 2016 fiscal year in its first Middle East Annual Review.
All of its core businesses – assurance, tax & legal, d
Demographic and social change, shift in global economic power, rapid urbanisation, climate change and resource scarcity and technological breakthroughs will dictate and shape the future of the region, says a new report.
PwC, one o
Soccer's scandal-plagued global governing body Fifa on Friday said it has appointed PwC as its new auditors replacing KPMG, which stepped down from its position in June.
PwC's appointment will initially be valid until the
The Libyan Local Investment & Development Fund’s (LLIDF) has appointed professional services firm PwC as its advisor to support feasibility studies for three strategic projects.
The projects include redevelopment of Trip
Total worldwide entertainment and media revenues will rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.4 per cent in nominal terms over the coming five years, from $1.72 trillion in 2015 to $2.14 trillion in 2020, according to PwC’s Globa
Leading accountancy firm PwC said it has acquired HLP Consulting Limited, a specialist in construction disputes in the MIddle East region as part of its expansion strategy.
A 24-strong practice with offices in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and
Fifty per cent of leaders don’t believe they have a winning strategy and nearly all report missing major opportunities. This is because where their company aims to go is disconnected from what it is able to accomplish, say experts.
Although the introduction of value added tax (VAT) in the GCC in 2018 may seem like a long way off, there are sensible ways businesses can start preparing now – by assessing how it will impact them, according to experts.
Around 26 per cent of organisations in the Middle East have experienced economic crimes in the past 24 months, lower than the global average of 36 per cent though a 5 per cent increase since 2014, a report said.