Reimagining the possible
Through facts, figures and stories, explore our performance and how we are transforming PwC by reimagining the possible.
For the 12 months ending 30 June 2017, PwC’s revenues were US$37.7 billion, up 7% at constant exchange rates, despite the geo-political and economic uncertainty around the world.
Explore our revenues by service line and industry.
For the 12 months ending 30 June 2017, PwC’s revenues were US$37.6 billion, up 6% at constant exchange rates, despite the geo-political and economic uncertainty around the world.
Marketing and Communications
Tel: +90 212 326 6060
Despite fierce competition, PwC’s assurance operations grew strongly, rising again by 6% to US$16.0 billion. This growth reflects some significant new audit client wins and increasing demand for broader assurance services.
The pace of digital transformation in our clients' operations has redefined the market for trust services, driving exponential demand for digital trust including in areas such as cybersecurity and privacy, advanced data analytics, as well as enterprise systems solutions. We also have a thriving Internal Audit practice, offering digital solutions in the areas of Governance, Risk and Compliance.
We're also helping businesses navigate the complex legal and regulatory landscape ahead, for example, by advising them as they get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation which will come into effect in May 2018 and creates challenges for every organisation doing business in the EU before, during and after the deadline.
PwC’s tax & legal revenues grew by 6% to US$9.5 billion with growing demand for compliance, corporate consulting and transfer pricing work globally. With over 41,000 tax professionals, PwC has the largest tax network in the world.
PwC’s tax operations also include revenues from PwC's legal services network of firms, which now has 3,300 professionals serving clients in over 90 countries. We continue to see strong demand for services including international business reorganisations, employment and labour, mergers and acquisitions, and data protection.
Revenues from our people and organisation network also continued to grow on the back of increased demand for HR Transformation including Cloud services. We now have over 10,000 people working in this area.
PwC’s advisory operations grew by 8% to US$12.3 billion – a very strong result on the back of high growth last year and despite an uncertain environment for many consulting activities around the world.
We saw particularly strong growth in our Strategy& and technology practices with growth of 17% and 20% respectively. The significant growth in these areas demonstrates our success with providing Strategy through Execution value to clients.
Revenues from our digital services also continued to grow. With over 30 locations around the world and offices opening in Toronto, Japan, London, Stockholm and Zurich, PwC's Experience Centers are designed to stimulate creativity and collaboration, revolutionising how businesses go to market and operate at the intersection of business, experience and technology. Working closely with the client on-site at the Experience Center, we create collaborative engagement models and services that help move organisations beyond current trends to focus on the future of business.
While PwC works across all sectors, we saw very strong demand for advisory services from the healthcare, technology, media and telecoms industries and private equity clients.
© 2017 - Sun Jan 21 01:30:08 EST 2018 PwC. All rights reserved. PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details.