Leveling the Audit playing field
Becky, Senior Manager in Audit, Birmingham
In PwC Audit we’re passionate about encouraging more women into the sector. People are at the heart of our business and through the relationships we build and access to leading technology, we’re committed to delivering the highest quality audits.
Through our breadth of business knowledge and purpose-led work, you’ll see the difference we make to the organisations we audit and wider society. Hear from some of our people who share their individual journeys; because every career is different.
Hear from some of our inspiring women share their stories from different perspectives, showcasing just how unique a career in Audit can be.
Hemione Hudson, UK Head of Audit for PwC, discusses the evolution of the Audit and what opportunities PwC could have for you.
“I think society’s expectations are changing all the time, and they’re increasing. People want assurance, not over just the financial reporting which is what we do through the audit, but also over various other aspects of governance of companies, and that’s the sort of thing we’re thinking about.”
With companies now at the forefront of reducing global emissions, transparency over the impact of climate change on business, and businesses' impact on the climate. Naomi Rigby from our ESG Assurance team explains more here.
Hear from some of our inspiring women who share their stories, showcasing just how unique a career in Audit can be.
Cat is an Audit Partner in our Retail & Consumer, and Industrial Products team in London and has worked with some of the biggest names on our high street. She started her career as an Audit graduate in 2002 and in 2018 was promoted to Partner. Cat also co-leads our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Audit teams.
Daisy is part of our thriving Audit team in Cardiff and started her career with PwC whilst at university through the Women in Business programme. Fast forward a few years and after graduating with her degree in Philosophy and Economics from Cardiff University, she joined the Audit graduate programme in 2018.
Marta joined PwC in 2010 and is a Director in our Digital Audit team. She shares what makes her proud to work in Digital Audit, why collaboration is so important in tech and how she manages her work/life balance.
Charlotte, joined PwC straight after completing her A-Levels in 2008 on our School and College Leaver programme. After experience in different Audit teams and an internal secondment, Charlotte is now a Director in our Asset & Wealth Management team in Leeds.
In our Careers Podcast series, we’re joined by PwC guests at different grades, ages and stages of their career who share their first-hand experiences and offer practical advice.
In this special episode we’re joined by Semsi Sonmez, a Partner in our Digital Audit team. Semsi shares her career story and the journey she has been on. Touching on topics such as unconscious bias, role models and the importance of encouraging others into a career in Technology, this episode provides useful insight and advice.
We aim to attract and develop the best people and build a culture where they want to stay and build their careers. With this in mind, we launched our three Audit behaviours: Team first, Challenge and be open to challenge and Take pride. Everyone in our Audit practice is expected to demonstrate the Audit behaviours and they are embedded into everything we do. For more information on each behaviour and what this means to our people, take a look at the videos below.