Current CEO: Robert Mortiz
Imagine the power of 160,000 people with a common purpose — building relationships that create value for professionals and their businesses. This is PwC. Every day, the team works with clients to build the value for which they’re looking.
PwC starts by getting to know their clients. The clients do the talking, and the PwC staff does the listening. PwC’s tailored solutions will help meet the challenges and opportunities of doing business in the US market, and beyond.
PwC brings a global perspective along with in-depth knowledge of local, state and US issues. In 1998, Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand merged to create PricewaterhouseCoopers. They have a long history of delivering value-added professional services to their clients. Their accounting practice originated in London during the mid-1800''s.
PwC focuses on audit and assurance, tax and advisory services. Additionally, in the US, PwC concentrates on 16 key industries and provides targeted services that include — but are not limited to — human resources, deals, forensics, and consulting services. The company helps resolve complex issues and identify opportunities.
The PwC reputation lies in building lasting relationships with clients while focusing on delivering value in all they do. PwC shares their knowledge and expertise to help their clients reach the goals set for their businesses.
Working at PwC
PwC is all about their staff. Their personal and professional development, achievement, lifelong learning, individuality and their choices. Whether they are just starting out or are experienced professionals, their future starts at PwC. Explore the career opportunities and perhaps you will be able to see yourself at PwC.
The PwC award chest includes 2011 Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For and 2009 Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies.