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While it has roots in the mid-1800s, the modern PwC was formed in 1988 following the merger of Coopers & Lybrand and Price Waterhouse.
Today, PwC is the second largest professional services network in the world and a cornerstone of the ‘Big Four’ accounting firms. With offices across more than 700 locations in 157 countries, the company regularly posts annual revenues in excess of USD 50bn.
As well as accountancy, PwC offers audit, consulting, forensics, legal, restructuring, risk and tax support to hundreds of thousands of customers around the world.
The company has won a host of awards over the years for everything from its office culture to its green credentials. It regularly features in the Top 100 Graduate Employer of the Year and Times Top 50 Employers for Women lists, and has been ranked among the World’s Most Valuable Brands by Forbes.
PwC is a truly global enterprise. America accounts for around half of its operations, followed by Europe and Asia. The MENA region is the company’s smallest market, yet still accounts for 12% of its network.
Here in the Middle East, PwC has been a key player in helping the region emerge from the pandemic and drive the next stage of its transformation.
Through its “New Equation” strategy, PwC supports governments and businesses to earn trust across a wide range of topics that are critical to customers and stakeholders. The company also helps businesses in the region to change faster and more thoroughly to continue to attract capital, talent and customers.
To support this aim, PwC has a large number of offices across the region – in Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and four here in the UAE. This 8000-strong team bring the talent, technology, expertise and strategy to help solve MENA’s most pressing challenges.