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26 March 2015
Amcham and PwC: Amcham and PwC launch new Research, Development and Innovation Network to win new R&D international investment.
25 March 2015
South African CEOs: Great opportunities for Ireland as majority of South African CEOs plan business partnerships.
25 March 2015
Deals: European unwanted loans top €1.9 trillion six years after the financial crisis, says PwC
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We take a look at what Budget 2015 means for the domestic economy and businesses located in Ireland.
We take a look at what Budget 2015 means for individuals at different income levels. The extent of how it impacts you and your family will depend on your level of income and the full year effect of property taxes and new water charges.
PwC Central and Eastern Europe senior partner, Olga Grygier-Siddons, recently sat down with Dennis Nally, Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, in Warsaw, Poland to talk about the highlights of FY 2014 and the year ahead.
Looking to set up a fund? This video highlights all the reasons why Ireland is a great location for all types of funds. Ireland is one of the leading domiciles for funds in Europe, from UCITS, ETFs, hedge funds and more. Ireland has the right people, experience, expertise and environment.
Our bi-annual crime survey looks at looks at the main types of economic crime and how they affect businesses in Ireland and worldwide. The survey was conducted as part of the PwC 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey with over 5,000 senior business representatives in 95 countries participating in the survey, including 78 organisations in Ireland.
Speaking at the Irish Banking Federation 2013 Conference 'Banking for sustainable growth', Chand Kohli, PwC Finance Services Leader said: "The massive increase in mobile technology coupled with the development in social networks, which feed off each other will bring significant and disruptive change to retail banking. Economic, technological and social reforms will not only transform how consumers bank but also the banking sector itself. The banks who adapt will be the winners. There is a need for a change in mindset, learning from other sectors, bringing in new talent from outside of the sector and really breaking the mould. The threat in the future will come from within as much as from without. Successful banks will be those who forge ahead and embrace new technologies, simplify their operating processes and really understand what the customer wants."