Global Annual Review 2023

A Year of Solving
Together

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Chair's letter

The New Equation empowers our people, teams and organisation.

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PwC at a glance

We bring together the collective experience of more than 360,000 people in our expansive network of firms in 151 countries to solve for tomorrow.

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364,232 people in 688 cities and 151 countries

$53.1bn revenues for the fiscal year ended 30 June 2023

178,000+ clients across our global network

87% of Fortune Global 500 are clients

Will Jackson-Moore

Global Sustainability Leader, PwC UK

Scott Likens

Global AI and Innovation Technology Leader, PwC US

Carol Stubbings

Global Markets and Global Tax and Legal Services Leader, PwC UK

Solving together

Our people are helping to solve the important problems of the 21st century.

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Solving together

How can we build a more sustainable world?

Many people think about the legacy they will leave behind. Current generations are likely to be remembered for how we acted on sustainability and climate change. We believe business has a crucial role to play to help society act fast enough and at sufficient scale. What’s more, action on these fronts helps companies create long-term value by enabling the shift to sustainability and adapting to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

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Will Jackson-Moore

Global Sustainability Leader, PwC UK

Solving together

How can AI benefit society?

AI exploded into public consciousness this year as more people realised its power. AI revolutionises our capacity to analyse and apply information at speed and scale, creating exponential improvements in our ability to achieve sustained outcomes. AI transforms our ability to create value, delivering a boom in productivity and opening the door to whole new business models.

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Scott Likens

Global AI and Innovation Technology Leader, PwC US

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How can business be a force for good?

A rolling series of global dislocations are creating intense new challenges for society. We face a war in Europe, accelerating climate change, rising inequality and polarisation, volatile energy and food prices, tech disruption, and rates of inflation not seen in decades. These dislocations are compounding questions around the resilience of political systems, the efficacy of our multinational institutions and the very future of our interconnected global economy.

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Carol Stubbings

Global Markets and Global Tax and Legal Services Leader, PwC UK

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Marketing and Communications, Director, PwC Turkey

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