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Kevin Ellis, the UK chair and senior partner at Big Four firm PwC UK, has said that criticism of the accountancy sector from MPs and regulators is hindering the sector's ability to recruit new staff. In an interview with the Financial Times in late December, Mr Ellis highlighted that retaining quali

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Accountancy firms Johnston Carmichael, PwC, EY and KPMG, have responded to the 2022-2013 Scottish Budget announced by finance secretary Kate Forbes yesterday.  The finance secretary stated that ending Scotland’s contribution to climate change, tackling inequalities and investing in the ec

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The demand for ‘Green Jobs’ is higher in Scotland than in any other part of the UK, and the country is also best positioned to maximise the benefits of green investment, according to PwC. These findings come from PwC’s Green Jobs Barometer launched today - a first of its kind analy

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As part of its ongoing alliance with Microsoft, PwC has launched a new digital banking solution, developed as part of Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services - designed to empower financial institutions to innovate, adapt and modernise. This new solution combines PwC’s digital banking expertise

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Edinburgh’s hotel sector is showing strong signs of recovery from the impact of the pandemic, even before COP26 room rates are taken into account, according to PwC’s UK Hotels Forecast 2021-2022. The Scottish capital was among the hardest hit cities in the UK when the country spent much

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UK law firms' fees and profits are exceeding expectations this year, a report from PwC shows. Its 30th Law Firms’ Survey showed that just under three-quarters reported an increase in fee income with 76% seeing profit increases. The findings are consonant with the figures from Scottish firms in

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A new report published by PwC has revealed that just 14% of its staff come from a lower socio-economic background. As part of its full year annual report for 2021, The Big Four firm has announced a targeted action plan to increase social mobility through its recruitment, development and progression

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Partners at PwC are on track to receive a bumper sum of £868,000 – their biggest annual payout in recent history. The Big Four firm's 900 partners have been told they can expect average pay for the year to June 30 to be £818,000, up 19% on a year earlier, plus £50,000 from th

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Scots are preparing to return to the daily commute when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, with many willing to pay extra in travel costs to protect the environment, according to new research from PwC. With restrictions still in place, 40% of Scots are currently spending at least one day a week worki

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today made a commitment to be a more, innovative, adaptive and assertive regulator. The commitment reflects the FCA’s Business Plan for 2021/22, the first annual plan since Nikhil Rathi joined the FCA as chief executive in October 2020.

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