In December, Governments meet in Paris to agree how to tackle climate change. The deal is expected to have far reaching implications, affecting energy, transport, industry, buildings and finance. It will change investment decisions made by companies and spending decisions made by consumers.
What practical innovation could transform healthcare? PwC’s summer 2015 interns pitch their ideas
Our fourth annual local government survey looks to the future of the council in 2015 and beyond.
PwC European IPO Watch Q1 2015 report, trends and analysis of Q1 2015 European IPO activity
Notice of Distribution – Informal Guidance Note – 29 May 2015
Joint Third Distribution, Third True-up Distribution and Catch-up Distribution – 29 May 2015
This briefing summarises the key takeaways from those publications and considers some of the potential implications for UK financial institutions.
What Next for Nigeria’s Economy Navigating the rocky road aheadPwC’s economic scenarios for 2015 and 2016
Our latest Pensions Support Index (PSI), measures the level of support provided to the defined benefit (DB) pension schemes of the companies in the FTSE 350.
Analysis of investment in the renewable energy market throughout 2014.
Frequently asked questions about the PwC Total Tax Contribution Framework
High costs are a perennial bugbear for parties to litigation and international arbitration. These concerns have been one of the main drivers behind recent reforms geared to increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of proceedings.
Our paper summarises the content of the EIOPA discussion paper and the current treatment of infrastructure investments under standard formula.
The role of people in the digital age
A review of European financial services mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deal activity in 2014.