PwC revenues increase by 10 percent globally

PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd (PwC) registered total global gross revenues of $35.4 billion reflecting a 10 percent increase.

PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd (PwC) registered total global gross revenues of $35.4 billion reflecting a 10 percent increase.

PwC is an international certified firm specializing in providing high-quality Audit and Assurance, Advisory and Tax services to companies across a broad range of industry sectors globally.

The firm’s performance, according to a press statement released yesterday, in London is the strongest ever in more than 8 years.

According to Dennis Nally, Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd, the firm performed exceptionally amidst global business turbulence.

Despite these challenges the PwC network performed exceptionally well with growth of 10%, pushing revenues over the $35 billion mark for the first time, Nally said in a statement.

“Our strongest growth for eight years is a result of the significant investment we have made in recruiting the best people, enhancing the quality of our services and building new product offerings such as data analytics.  We have also continued to make key strategic acquisitions to complement and expand our core business,” he noted.

The PwC brand has been acknowledged as the strongest professional services brand in the world and this reputation is built on the energy, enthusiasm and quality of our 208,000 people and their commitment, he added.

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