[29 November 2013]
New Zealanders can expect more innovative retail offerings from the country’s power companies as they work harder to grow in a fiercely competitive market, according to PwC's Leading Energy analysis.
[29 November 2013]
Less demand, spare generation capacity and high retail competition means more challenging conditions for New Zealand’s electricity companies, finds PwC’s Leading Energy analysis.
[22 November 2013]
Inland Revenue (IR) has today released draft legislation to facilitate compliance with the United States (US) Foreign Account Tax Compliant Act (FATCA) regulations.
[6 October 2013]
The trend towards urbanisation in many Asia Pacific economies, rising domestic consumption and middle-class demands, coupled with near-total mobile penetration and a need for infrastructure investment is driving business confidence across the region.
[3 October 2013]
In a new global report released today, Rebuilding for resilience: fortifying infrastructure to withstand disaster, PwC finds building disaster-resilient infrastructure is key to saving lives and economic losses.
[20 September 2013]
Organisations are raising the bar to protect themselves from information security risks, but losing the battle against adversaries who are doing even more, according to The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2014, released today by PwC.
[11 September 2013]
PwC finds innovation is moving from the fringes into the mainstream. The world’s most innovative companies expect to grow by more than 60 percent, enjoying a NZ$318 billion revenue boost over the next five years, finds a new PwC study released at a meeting of the World Economic Forum in China today.
[07 August 2013]
What are its top-five risks?
Like most New Zealanders, the threat of natural disasters and more earthquakes are on the minds of our nation’s insurers, closely followed by reputational risk, and strategic and operational priorities.
[02 August 2013]
PwC is growing its presence and consulting capability in Southeast Asia, with the formation of a new joint venture with PwC Consulting practices in Southeast Asia, Australia and the United States.
[14 June 2013]
Doing business in New Zealand and with the rest of the world has never been more complex and fast changing.
To adapt to the evolving market, PwC New Zealand is bolstering its partnership team in response to its clients asking for more business support across a greater number of specialised areas.
[05 June 2013]
The digitisation of New Zealand’s entertainment and media businesses is paying off with online advertising revenues showing double-digit year-on-year growth.
[24 May 2013]
The Chinese shopping cart is filling fast as more of China’s private and state-owned businesses look to mature markets, such as New Zealand and Australia, for investment opportunities.
[23 May 2013]
PwC has taken home the ‘Most Attractive Employer - Competitive Salary & Employee Benefits Wellington’ special category award at the Randstad Awards, held this morning in Wellington.
[16 May 2013]
In the Budget today, the Government announced its intention to provide tax deductions for six types of expenditure that previously fell in a tax ‘blackhole’ - that is the costs were not deducible upfront or depreciable over time.
[16 May 2013]
The Government confirmed today in the Budget it will push ahead with changes to the thin capitalisation rules that invest in New Zealand.
[16 May 2013]
Minister of Finance of Bill English's fifth budget reconfirmed the Government's track to a surplus of $75m in 2015.
[9 May 2013]
The Local Government Funding Agency won the ‘Debt Issue of the Year’ award at the INFINZ (Institute of Finance Professions New Zealand) annual industry awards, held last night in Auckland.
[26 April 2013]
Research from PwC has found global financial services CEOs view talent shortages and limited availability of skills as the biggest threat to growth.
PwC Global’s latest report Seizing back the people agenda also suggests current models for people management are unsustainable in the face of new market realities and that rebuilding trust and re-engagement with employees, customers and society as a whole is needed.
[18 April 2013]
PwC Partners John Fisk, David Bridgman and Malcolm Hollis, Receivers of Pike River Coal Limited (in Receivership) (PRCL) note the District Court’s judgment today in the prosecution of PRCL.
Judge Farish has found PRCL guilty of all nine charges under the Health and Safety in Employment Act.
[10 April 2013]
Beijing, China: New Zealand Government-owned AsureQuality and PwC New Zealand have today signed a collaboration framework agreement with China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited and COFCO Corporation to investigate the development of a China New Zealand agribusiness service and Food Safety Centre of Excellence in China.
[3 April 2013]
Global CEOs rate China as the world's top destination for foreign investment, which is consistent with its significantly expanding economy, according to a global survey by PwC and the China Development Research Foundation.
The survey ‘Choosing China: Improving the investment environment for multinationals’ found more than half (56%) of CEOs surveyed chose China above other major and emerging economies including Brazil, Russia, India and the US.
[14 March 2013]
PwC Partners Colin McCloy and David Bridgman, as Receivers to Mainzeal Property and Construction Limited and associated entities, today have provided an update on this receivership.
[26 February 2013]
New Zealand businesses and public sector organisations are being more prudent in their approach to debt management than before the global financial crisis, shows the latest PwC’s New Zealand Debt Survey of organisations with $50 to $500 million of outstanding debt.
[21 February 2013]
More risk, more discussion and more sharing and understanding between the business and public sector are the key outtakes from this year’s PwC Government and the 16th Annual Global CEO Survey: a new contract between business and the state.
[20 February 2013]
PwC Partners Colin McCloy and David Bridgman as Receivers to Mainzeal Property and Construction Limited and associated entities today have provided an update on their current plan for this receivership.
[11 February 2013]
PwC Partners Colin McCloy and David Bridgman as Receivers to Mainzeal Property and Construction Limited and associated entities (In Receivership) have confirmed their current plan of activities for this receivership.
[6 February 2013]
Colin McCloy and David Bridgman, Partners from PwC today have been appointed receivers to Mainzeal Property and Construction Limited and associated entities as a result of a request made by its director to BNZ.
[4 February 2013]
As China’s new leaders confirm their commitment to ongoing reform and continued support for foreign direct investment, market entrants can find a path to sustainable success in China if they bring an open mind and a flexible strategy, according to PwC’s latest edition of Doing Business and Investing in China.
[1 February 2013]
New Zealand’s five major banks (ANZ Bank New Zealand, ASB, Bank of New Zealand, Kiwibank and Westpac) posted their biggest growth in lending since 2009, in the second half of their 2012 financial years. Yet, they saw pre-tax profits decrease 11% compared with the previous six months.
[21 January 2013]
The publication of the final regulations means New Zealand banks, investment managers and insurance companies can now move forward developing their compliance programmes with more confidence.
The regulations are long awaited by the global financial services sector, which has been waiting for clarification of the Foreign Account Tax Compliant Act (FATCA) obligations they will need to comply with from 1 January 2014.
[21 January 2013]
Our new thought leadership piece, Demystifying the online shopper: 10 myths of multichannel retailing, is based on survey of more than 11,ooo online shoppers over 11 countries on three continents, including both mature economies and emerging markets. The 11 countries covered in the survey are Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The 10 myths debunked in the report range from what kinds of devices consumers use to shop to the future profile of the global consumer.
[16 January 2013]
The global financial crisis has accelerated the shift of the economic centre of gravity, with China, the US and India set to be the three major economies by 2050; but the emerging economies do face major challenges in their bid to sustain their recent strong growth.
These are just two findings from the latest World in 2050 report published by PwC’s macroeconomics team.