PwC’s revenues in the United States changed dramatically last year when the accounting firm was hit by a cash flow of customers at the start of the epidemic.
Global sales rose 4.9% to $ 45.1bn in the 12 months to June 30, growing sharply due to the increase in corporate growth as the economy reopened a quarter.
Bob Moritz, chairman of the global community, said PwC’s business in America, its largest region, is more and more interested in customers’ savings because they rely on the money that companies make.
The following shows the companion of PwC EY, who it also said that growth is growing in America more than any other. PwC sales in the region rose 0.1% to $ 18.3bn, a weak performance compared to EY, which increased revenue there by 2.8% immediately.
The weakness was explained by a slight reduction of one-third of the cost of travel such as business trips, which usually pay customers in full.
Moritz said the team would “carefully monitor the communication between the remote [working] and [audit] good, ”following the idea of PwC US to get a long-term job.
PwC US, which failed to raise its revenue last year, announced last week that it would allow its 40,000 customer-facing employees to work permanently. anywhere in the world in order to promote and retain employment.
“We think the past 18 months have proven that this is not a waste of work, so why should I remove it from the table?” Moritz said.
The US view contradicts earlier claims by Kevin Ellis, chairman of the PwC in the UK, who said last year that monitoring was “extremely difficult in the Zoom lens”.
PwC performed well in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, where revenues increased by 8% to about $ 18bn. In Asia-Pacific, where the group plans to double its business within five years, sales jumped 9.4% to $ 8.9bn.
However, regional growth rates were pleased with fluctuations in exchange rates, with an increase of 2% and 6.2%, respectively, with local currencies. Globally, sales rose only 2 percent when foreign traffic was eliminated.
The following is the approach with the announcement of PwC in June as promised increase its title by 100,000 investing $ 12bn in its business over five years. The plan also included the establishment of “trustworthy management agencies” to educate clients on business and environmental, development and management practices.
Moritz said PwC will increase exposure in its presentation, and is “reviewing” it if it reconsider its value in the future. PwC and other Big Four accounts – Deloitte, EY and KPMG – do not publish global statistics, which makes their work difficult to monitor.
In the UK, where they are legally required to disclose their profits, PwC also reported a 2% increase last year but Pre-tax income exceeded 25% about £ 1.2bn.
Moritz said the emergence of high-value maritime resorts by wealthy people and political leaders with the help of aid agencies, in the recent loss of financial data called “Pandora Papers”, was “critical” to the company’s popularity.
Asked if any PwC technology was included in the draft, he said: “We don’t know anything yet, but…