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9 September 2016
Next generation leaders are more optimistic than today’s CEOs about economic growth, but pessimistic about education and our ability to fully equip students with skills for the digital age.
8 September 2016
The good life is not a luxury. It’s a basic requirement for cities and businesses that want to attract and keep talent. Results from PwC’s Cities of Opportunity: A New Zealand perspective show that balance works best in creating a successful city.
5 September 2016
PwC New Zealand Partner and National Assurance Leader, Michele Embling has been appointed Chair of the New Zealand firm for a four year term, effective 1 October 2016.
18 August 2016
The recent PwC report, Tech breakthroughs megatrend, evaluated more than 150 technologies globally. The result is the ‘Essential Eight’ technologies PwC believes will be the most influential on businesses worldwide in the very near future.
11 July 2016
PwC New Zealand Partner Mark Averill has been elected as the new Senior Partner and CEO of the firm, effective 1 October 2016.
Mr Averill has been a Partner for 14 years, a member of the executive team for three years and has spent a total of almost 26 years at the firm. He will serve as territory senior partner and CEO for the next four years.
1 July 2016
Innovation, technology, digital and customer experience – these specialisations weren’t often associated with professional services 10 years ago. Not even 5 years ago. Now, with our latest partner announcement, these expertise are being placed at the core of what we do.
So why are we focusing on these new areas of specialisation among our new partners?
15 June 2016
PwC’s Golden Age Index reveals that New Zealand is one of the best-performing OECD countries when it comes to harnessing the economic power of workers aged 55 and above.
New Zealand has ranked second in the two most recent surveys, while also ranking as one of the most improved countries since the Index started in 2003.
8 June 2016
New Zealanders are continuing to turn away from print in favour of digital alternatives. In fact, across all channels, digital will see a growth rate of 10% a year between now and 2020, compared to 0.13% for non-digital publications. That’s just one of the findings from PwC’s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2016-2020.
27 May 2016
The NZX today launched a NZ Milk Futures contract that will eventually provide the opportunity for large and small dairy farmers to proactively risk manage milk price movements and volatility.
11 May 2016
The Taxation Bill imposing GST on digital products and other remote services sold online by offshore sellers to New Zealand consumers has passed its final reading in Parliament today.
02 May 2016
New Zealand’s five major banks (ANZ, ASB, BNZ, Kiwibank and Westpac) net profit before tax decreased to $1,468 million during the fourth quarter of the 2015 calendar year (being 1 October 2015 to 31 December 2015, 4Q2015).
20 April 2016
The PwC Herald Talks series is focused on addressing the big issues that businesses are facing. The next event, to be held on 18 May, will tackle one of the greatest challenges any company will face: innovation.
13 April 2016
The next generation of family business leaders are well prepared, confident, and above all they have great ambition – both for themselves and for their firms. 88% want to do something special with the business, not just bigger and stronger, but more international, more diversified and more modern.
15 March 2016
Results from a PwC survey released today, Blurred Lines: How FinTech is shaping Financial Services, which assesses the rise of new technologies in the financial services (FS) sector and their impact on market players, reveals 83% of respondents from traditional FS firms believe part of their business is at risk of being lost to standalone FinTech companies, reaching a staggering 95% in the case of banks.
3 March 2016
Today, PwC launches its fourth Women in Work Index, which ranks 33 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on a measure that combines five key indicators of female economic empowerment: the equality of earnings with men; the proportion of women in work (both in absolute terms and relative to men); the female unemployment rate; and the proportion of women in full-time employment.
2 March 2016
New Zealand’s public sector must continue to improve the way it manages change in order to meet the expectations and entitlements of tomorrow’s citizens, according to a report released by PwC New Zealand today.
26 February 2016
Forty per cent of New Zealand organisations report their workplaces as being victimised by economic crime in the past two years (up from 33 per cent in 2014), according to PwC’s 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey released today.
25 February 2016
The business community should share security threat incidents to build knowledge about the growing number of breaches, said Adrian Van Hest, PwC National Cyber Leader and panellist at the PwC Herald Talks cyber security event, on 24 February.
23 February 2016
PwC today announced it is working with a range of Australasian cloud providers, from startups to market leaders, to deliver a purpose-built cloud platform that brings together the leading cloud solutions in the market today, all in one place.
19 February 2016
Findings from PwC’s New Zealand CEO Survey, released today, show New Zealand CEOs are less positive about the outlook for the global economy than they were last year, but remain optimistic about their own business growth.
16 February 2016
PwC New Zealand has established a dedicated unit focusing on innovation and new ventures for the firm. Nic Kennedy has been appointed as the Chief Innovation and Ventures Officer for PwC New Zealand. Nic brings a wealth of experience to the role and a proven ability to deliver in an agile environment from her previous experience at Vend.