New Delhi, 08 December 2014 Jagjit Singh joins PwC India as Human Capital Leader
PwC India announced today that Jagjit Singh has joined as the Human Capital leader, taking over from Mark Driscoll who is completing his tenure in the Indian firm on 31 January 2015. Jagjit’s appointment will be with effect from 8 December 2014 to allow a handover to take place.
Mumbai, 29 September 2014 PE investments in India continue the good run, up by 7% in Q2’14
PE investments in Q2 of CY 14 (Apr-Jun) totaled 2.83 billion USD in value terms across 95 deals. PE exits have surged in this quarter by over three times in terms of value – from 0.3 billion USD (from 18 exits) in Q1’14 to 1.06 billion USD (from 37 exits) in Q2’14
Mumbai, 23 September 2014 Indian organisations need to get “Fit for Growth” says PwC Strategy& study
Despite winning strategies, majority of Indian organisations are not ready for growth. As per the study titled “Why Indian companies need to get Fit for GrowthSM and what you can do” by PwC Strategy&, nearly 80% of surveyed organisations fall short of realising their growth potential as a result of being “strategically adrift”, “distracted” or “capability constrained”.
Mumbai, 3 April 2014 PwC completes its acquisition of Booz & Company
PwC is pleased to announce today the successful completion of its combination with Booz & Company. With the granting of all regulatory approvals for Booz & Company to join PwC, it is now officially part of the PwC Network.
Mumbai, 25 February 2014 PE investments in India up by 19% in Q4’13 as against Q3’13
PE investments in Q4’13 totals 2.12 billion USD in value terms across 76 deals. PE exits double with an exit value of 1.13 billion USD from 20 deals in Q4 ’13. With 37 deals worth 959 million USD in Q4 ’13, the IT and ITeS sector is yet again the leader in terms of value and volume.
Mumbai, 24 February 2014 Indian CEOs very confident of medium-term growth: PwC
Forty-nine per cent very confident of short term and 70% very confident over next three years of revenue growth. Three mega trends to transform business are technological advances, demographic shifts and shifts in global economic power.
Davos, Switzerland, 21 January 2014 CEOs’ confidence rises for 2014
Twice as many say global economy will improve; 39% strongly predict company growth.
Worries about over-regulation, fiscal deficits and tax policy are higher than ever.