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Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2014-2018
Global Entertainment & Media Outlook 2014-2018

FutureTax - Paying for tomorrow / Kevin Nicholson
FutureTax - Paying for tomorrow / Kevin Nicholson

Megatrends - Media & Entertainment Industry / Sharing economy
Megatrends - Media & Entertainment Industry / Sharing economy

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Videos

2:48

IPO watch Europe Q4 2012

Although, economic and political conditions remain challenging across Europe, the outlook for Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) is more optimistic than we’ve seen for a long time. The value of IPOs in Europe increased by more than seven-fold year on year in the fourth quarter of 2012, making it the strongest performance since the third quarter of 2011. Overall 70 IPOs raised €7.5bn in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared with 78 IPOs raising €0.9bn in the same period in 2011. In this video Mark Hughes looks at the findings of our latest IPO watch survey.
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[21-01-2013]

 

1:18

Directors Remuneration

Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced the most comprehensive reforms of the framework for directors’ remuneration in a decade. The government aims to empower shareholders to engage effectively with companies on directors’ pay.
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[15-08-2012]

 

0:47

Corporation Tax

An update on changes to Corporate Tax and the impact to businesses and the governments future plans.
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[08-08-2012]

 

2:53

Economic Downturn

Despite the current economic downturn, companies and groups are still holding significant amounts of goodwill and intangible assets; relatively few companies are booking impairments. We outline some points to consider when performing your impairment reviews and for your financial statements.
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[08-08-2012]

 

1:35

UK GAAP Update - August 2012

The future of UK GAAP including the reduced disclosure framework and the impact to financial instruments, business combination accounting, deferred business benefits, deferred taxes and investment properties.
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[08-08-2012]

 

4:12

IPO markets return to the doldrums in the face of global growth uncertainty

Quarterly survey tracking the volume and value of IPOs on Europe's main stock exchanges.
[04-07-2012]

 

5:26

Why current market conditions shouldn't be a time for conservatism in reporting

Peter Holgate, head of accounting consulting services, shares his views on why current market conditions shouldn't be a time for conservatism in reporting. Instead, there's competitive advantage to be gained from more forward looking and open reporting that "tells it how it is".
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[27-05-2012]

 

7:15

What trends are emerging from those companies that are going the extra mile in their reporting

Charles Bowman, corporate reporting partner, interviews Mark O'Sullivan, a leader in the corporate reporting team, to find out what trends are emerging from those companies that are going the extra mile in their reporting.
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[27-05-2012]

 

7:02

Technology: Venture Capital funding in the UK sector

In the tech sector we often hear from entrepreneurs that funding is more freely available in the US, they are less risk adverse and more in tune with the industry.
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[15-05-2012]

 

Webcasts

Corporate reporting webcast

Our experts discuss some of the critical issues that audit committees and auditors are raising challenging questions about as they sign off annual reports.


Videos

2:28

Autumn Statement 2013 predictions: housing

Ros Rowe, Real Estate Partner, discusses announcements the Chancellor might make in relation to housing in the UK.
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[29-11-2013]

 

2:36

Budget 2013, Barry Murphy - The impact on UK business

In this short video, Barry Murphy, PwC Tax Partner, talks about the impact of Budget 2013 on larger businesses and whether George Osborne is continuing to deliver on his commitment to send the message that Britain really is 'open for business'.
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[19-03-2013]

 

2:59

Budget 2013 video - Leonie Kerswill

Leonie Kerswill, Tax Partner, gives her reaction to the Budget 2013 and the implications for individuals.
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[19-03-2013]

 

3:09

Budget 2013 video: Michael Magee

Budget 2013 video: Michael Magee - The boardroom reaction - PwC UK - Budget news, predictions and analysis
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[19-03-2013]

 

1:30

Budget 2013 video: Mike Jervis

Mike Jervis, Partner, wants to see the Chancellor provide some respite for the high street and encourage investment to improve options for debt-ridden companies.
[13-03-2013]

 

16:00

Budget 2013: What the Chancellor could do to stimulate growth

Andrew Sentance, our Senior Economic Adviser, says the Chancellor needs to make it possible for the private sector to drive growth in the future.
[03-03-2013]

 

2:48

Sticking to Plan A: Our reaction to Autumn Statement 2012

Autumn Statement 2012; with so many changes announced today it was more like a budget. Overall theme is very much that Chancellor Osborne is sticking to plan A. On the business side, there was some help on business rates, capital allowances and a further reduction in the corporate tax rate from 2014.
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[04-12-2012]

 

2:11

Autumn Statement predictions: Adam Waller

Adam Waller, Tax Partner in our Private Client practice gives his predictions for the Autumn Statement.
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[19-11-2012]

 

0:47

Corporation Tax

An update on changes to Corporate Tax and the impact to businesses and the governments future plans.
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[08-08-2012]

 

0:00

How councils are addressing the financial challenge

How councils are addressing the financial challenge
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[11-07-2012]

 

12:41

Patent Box: encouraging innovation in the UK

Kevin Nicholson, Head of UK Tax, PwC, talks to Diarmuid MacDougall, Research and Development and Patent Box network leader and Ian Valentine, HM Revenue and Customs Patent Box policy leader, about the key features and benefits of the regime and what businesses should be doing now to make the most of the opportunity.
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[27-05-2012]

 

7:02

Technology: Venture Capital funding in the UK sector

In the tech sector we often hear from entrepreneurs that funding is more freely available in the US, they are less risk adverse and more in tune with the industry.
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[15-05-2012]

 

47:00

Eurozone Graham

Alex Henderson and Graham Robinson discuss some of the financing issues that many companies will face, especially as they approach the year end.
[14-05-2012]

 

44:00

Eurozone-Penny

Penny Bruce explains to Alex Henderson how risks can be managed by looking at current commercial structures and contractual agreements.
[14-05-2012]

 

Webcasts

VAT cost sharing exemption webcast

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is proposing to introduce the EU cost sharing exemption into UK VAT legislation. If implemented, this will mean certain organisations such as charities, educational establishments and housing associations may be able to work together to increase their effectiveness without incurring an additional VAT cost. We discuss the implications


Executive pay: the impact of change

An update on Executive Pay and how the ecenomic and political environment will impact this.


Executive pay: new pay regulations

Our experts will reflect on the implications for companies and the likely effect on executive pay and the attractiveness of the UK as a place to do business.


Podcasts

Banking and pay: regulation and Code Staff

Now that UK regulators have issued the final banking regulations around remuneration, Jon Terry and Tom Gosling look at the potential dramatic expansion of the people who are subject to the prescriptive rules, the ‘Code Staff’ or material risk takers.
[24-02-2014]


Banking and pay: bonus pool outcomes

Tom Gosling and Jon Terry take a look at what the outcome was for bankers’ bonus pools and pay in 2013 and what the outlook is for 2014. They explore some of the trends and highlight some of the issues that banks may have to face in the coming year.
[11-02-2014]


Executive pay: Director remuneration reporting

Some companies are finalising their first round of remuneration reporting under the new regulations set out by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). Tom Gosling and Fiona Camenzuli discuss the upcoming BIS reporting timetable, the binding vote and the big issues that companies are facing regarding executive pay reporting.
[11-02-2014]


Executive pay: views from the US

Executive pay is hitting the headlines on both sides of the Atlantic. Scott Olsen, head of our US compensation practice talks to Carol Dempsey a UK reward partner, about the main similarities and differences of the two remuneration regimes.
[15-02-2012]


Videos

2:43

Video: High growth, borderless and digital - how the payments sector is shaping M&A

Jeremy Sweetnam, Corporate Finance Assistant Director, discusses how the high growth, borderless and digital payments sector is shaping M&A. He explores how traditional card companies and financial institutions are reacting to the growth of e-payments.
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[29-04-2014]

 

0:16

Deals: Interview with the London Stock Exchange

Alastair Walmsley, Head of Primary Markets from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) is interviewed about the momentum returning to the IPO market & PE backed IPO trends, how the exchange is addressing UK government agenda and how it’s attracting tech companies, how the exchange attracts cross border listings and the LSE’s international strategy.
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[06-11-2013]

 

1:38

In the debt markets - Update on the debt markets

Nick Atkinson, head of Debt & Capital Advisory, gives an update on the debt markets (June 2013).
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[16-06-2013]

 

5:37

Doing deals in Nigeria

Tim Eastmond talks to Russell Eastaugh about the specific issues concerning doing deals in Nigeria as well as taking a forward look into what the market has in store. Tim is a director in our high-growth markets team and Russell is a tax partner from PwC in Lagos.
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[10-06-2013]

 

2:59

Where retail deals are still happening and what does the market hold?

Stuart McKee, Head of Corporate Finance and sector leader for Retail and Branded Goods, shares his view of market activity and where deals are still happening in the retail sector and takes a look forward into where deals are likely to happen over the coming months.
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[10-06-2013]

 

2:15

In The Debt Markets 6

An update on European real estate refinancing.
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[25-03-2013]

 

1:46

In The Debt Markets 6

Summary of debt market activity and predictions on European borrowing.
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[25-03-2013]

 

1:01

In The Debt Markets 6

Peripheral Eurozone issuers return driven by bond-for-loan refinancing activity.
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[25-03-2013]

 

What’s happening in consumer goods in 2012?

2011 turned out to be a more difficult year than expected for the consumer. The pace of recovery slowed down due to tough market conditions. 2012 is likely to continue as 2011 left off. But there are reasons for optimism including; the strength of large corporate balance sheets and the interest from sovereign wealth funds and Private Equity, particularly in emerging markets and for niche sectors and brands.
[08-08-2012]


Programmed for growth: Outlook for the technology deals market - Big data

An insight into what big data means and its impact on deal activity in the technology sector.
[15-02-2012]


M&A market update: What type of deals are getting done in today’s market?

As uncertainty continues to drive the global markets for 2012 and volatility remains a central theme our mergers and acquisitions (M&A) dealmakers consider what type of deals are getting done.
[12-02-2012]


In the debt markets: Issue 2

Our Debt & Capital Advisory team has launched Issue 2 of “In the debt markets” which gives our insights into current market conditions. Uncertainty continues to drive the market but the global macro picture has recently improved and there are windows of opportunity.
[08-02-2012]


A deal-maker’s guide to growth economies

For many UK companies doing deals in growth markets remains incredibly challenging. We have carried out an assessment of over 200 deals, and interviewed 20 senior deal makers who have bought businesses in growth markets to understand the root causes of problems, and how they overcame the challenges encountered.
[24-01-2012]


Programmed for growth: Outlook for the technology deals market - Cyber-security

Programmed for growth: Outlook for the technology deals market - Cyber-security
[23-01-2012]


Programmed for growth: Outlook for the technology deals market

Programmed for growth: Outlook for the technology deals market
[23-01-2012]


Future-proofing Media: Understanding the European deals agenda

Future-proofing Media: Understanding the European deals agenda
[17-01-2012]


Programmed for growth: Outlook for the technology deals market Fintech

Last year we correctly predicted that Fintech would be an area for growth in the technology deals market with issues such as risk and payment systems driving deals throughout 2011.
[04-01-2012]


Videos

2:55

Future of Finance - Navigation

Steve Crook explores the role of 'Navigation' and what it means to be a successful navigator in business.
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[14-08-2013]

 

4:54

Future of Finance - Mediation

Gerard Newman explains how organisations can differentiate themselves by becoming better mediators.
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[14-08-2013]

 

3:07

Pricing is a fantastic business lever and often has a really positive impact on the bottom line.

David Oliver discusses the changing consumer landscape and what companies need to do to adapt.
[03-03-2013]

 

3:07

Pricing & Profitability Videos

David Lancefield, partner, discusses the importance of pricing as a lever for executive teams as they focus on the growth agenda.
[31-01-2013]

 

3:09

UK Economic Outlook

John Hawksworth provides an overview of the findings from the UK Economic Outlook.
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[06-11-2012]

 

5:50

The Agile Council

This video will provide discussion around the Talking Points 'The Agile Council' our Local Government Talking Points publication. This focusses on the practical steps and solutions that councils need to address their long-term future challenges.
[16-09-2012]

 

2:08

UK Economic Outlook

John Hawksworth providing an overview of the findings from the UK Economic Outlook.
[11-07-2012]

 

6:39

mHealth in the UK: Paths for growth

In the UK, interest in mHealth – from patients, carers, commissioners and healthcare providers - has never been greater. Against this backdrop, the latest UK executive summary - mHeath in the UK: Paths for growth’ – provides the findings of the survey, commissioned by PwC, by the Economist Intelligence Unit and the scope for mHealth in the UK.
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[12-06-2012]

 

5:46

Now what’s next for the Eurozone?

John Hawksworth leads a discussion on the current Eurozone situation and provides an update on the four potential Eurozone scenarios highlighted in our December 2011 report ‘What next for the Eurozone? – Possible scenarios for 2012’ and their implications for business.
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[10-06-2012]

 

5:12

Making data count - data analytics can bring a competitive edge

The rise of digital, mobile and social interaction have combined to give consumers unprecedented levels of influence and control. Understanding customer behaviour across these touch points is critical, recognising where your customer has been and what their wants and needs are at each step, is no longer a nice to have, it’s a core business requirement.
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[21-05-2012]

 

0:00

Improving health service - using the reimbursement system to encourage innovation and promote integration

The current tariff-based system, which prices individual episodes of care, has worked for the past decade – providing the right incentives to reward efficiency and better performance. But if the NHS wants reimbursement to encourage innovation and promote integration, then it needs to adopt new strategies and approaches to pricing.
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[13-05-2012]

 

Webcasts

Christmas Trading webcast

An overview of 2011 UK Christmas trading performance and buying behaviours. We also discuss how consumers are feeling about the year to come and provide insight into some broader trends which are relevant across the retail space for 2012 and beyond.


Air Travel Organisers' Licensing (ATOL) Webcast

Our panel will discuss the changes to the Air Travel Licensing (ATOL) system, what this means for travel businesses and what the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) is doing to assist Members to comply with the reforms


Podcasts

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UK Economic Outlook: March 2012 video

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Watch John Hawksworth present the headline issues from the March 2012 edition of the UK Economic Outlook, as well as corresponding measures businesses need to be taking.
[07-03-2012]


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Economic Views, BRICs February 2012

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The latest in our Economic Views series looks at the challenges and opportunities in the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) economies.
[19-02-2012]


Videos

1:18

Directors Remuneration

Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced the most comprehensive reforms of the framework for directors’ remuneration in a decade. The government aims to empower shareholders to engage effectively with companies on directors’ pay.
Learn more

[15-08-2012]

 

0:47

Corporation Tax

An update on changes to Corporate Tax and the impact to businesses and the governments future plans.
Learn more

[08-08-2012]

 

7:02

Technology: Venture Capital funding in the UK sector

In the tech sector we often hear from entrepreneurs that funding is more freely available in the US, they are less risk adverse and more in tune with the industry.
Learn more

[15-05-2012]

 

Webcasts

Insurance Banana Skins Survey 2013 - helping you to make better business decisions

Regulation may still dominate the concerns of the UK insurer, however our panel also discuss the broader strategic challenges facing the industry.


VAT cost sharing exemption webcast

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is proposing to introduce the EU cost sharing exemption into UK VAT legislation. If implemented, this will mean certain organisations such as charities, educational establishments and housing associations may be able to work together to increase their effectiveness without incurring an additional VAT cost. We discuss the implications


Christmas Trading webcast

An overview of 2011 UK Christmas trading performance and buying behaviours. We also discuss how consumers are feeling about the year to come and provide insight into some broader trends which are relevant across the retail space for 2012 and beyond.


Air Travel Organisers' Licensing (ATOL) Webcast

Our panel will discuss the changes to the Air Travel Licensing (ATOL) system, what this means for travel businesses and what the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) is doing to assist Members to comply with the reforms.


Higher Apprenticeships - Funding

Matt Hamnet and Lucy Hann talk to Jon Thorn from the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) discuss the funding of Higher Apprenticeships.