Are UK deals on the Rise? A look back on 2013 shows the answer is yes, but why are deal values falling and what’s in store for the rest of 2014?
In this section of the report we describe recent developments in the UK economy and review future prospects.
We are now firmly on the road to recovery but businesses shouldn’t be complacent.
Video discussion looking at the latest edition of our UK Economic Outlook.
Reshoring is picking up in some sectors of the economy driven by shifting consumer preferences, a reduction of the wage gap with emerging economies, volatile international transport costs and a desire by management to better control quality and supply chain risks.
The recovery so far has been rich in jobs, but poor in productivity and wages. Real wages have declined sharply since 2008 and are unlikely to return to their pre-crisis peaks until around 2020.
Prospects for the UK economy plus in-depth analysis of reshoring opportunities and living standards.
This year, our seventh Global Economic Crime Survey received in excess of 5,000 responses, with FS respondents accounting for over a quarter of these. Once again, to accompany the Global Report, we have released a FS sector supplement: Threats to the Financial Services sector. With responses from 79 different countries, the results reported are truly comprehensive and intriguing.
The bar for regulatory stress testing continues to rise as banks are required to deliver more information, in tighter timelines and with greater senior management and board involvement.
Where next for financial services? Regions of opportunity. PwC UK analysis on a scenario designed to represent what a future financial services sector might look like in terms of its contribution to the UK economy.
Key findings of Law Firm Survey for firms facing stress or distress
Sir John Oldham’s Independent Commission on Whole Person Care explores the challenges health and social care organisations face in delivering integrated care and sets out recommendations on how we can move beyond the current system too often characterised by fragmentation.
Now that UK regulators have issued the final banking regulations around remuneration, Jon Terry and Tom Gosling look at the people working for financial services organisations who are likely to be most affected by the rules, the so-called ‘Code Staff’ or material risk takers.
PwC’s macroeconomic team presents their view on whether the recovery in advanced economies is more than just a hype.
FCA finalises Consumer Credit rules