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New world.
Transforming
talent and trust.
2019 Global Annual Review

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01Highlights

Our year in numbers

Over the past year, we've worked with our stakeholders to build trust in society and solve important problems. From developing new technology solutions to address our clients' challenges, to helping people build digital skills, to enhancing the quality of our services, and much more.

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7%

Revenues

US$0bn

FY18: US$0bn

10%

PwC People

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FY18: 0

Fortune Global 500 companies served by PwC

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FY18: 0

Female representation in PwC's global workforce

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Campus hires0%

8%

Renewable energy (% of total electricity of 21 largest PwC firms)

0%

FY18: 0%

New jobs created in FY 2019

0

FY18: 0

02Purpose

New world. New skills.

PwC's purpose means working with others to help address the biggest issues facing the world in a way that builds trust. For our people, this means living our purpose in all their daily interactions. One of the most pressing challenges today is the growing mismatch between the skills people have and those needed for the digital world. We're committed to tackling this challenge and encouraging others to join us.

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Unless otherwise stated all societal impact indicators reflect the performance of our 21 largest firms.

03Ambition

Investing in technology and people

We are on a digital transformation journey marked by key investments in technology and a focus on upskilling our people. Our aim: to use the combination of people and technology to be the most relevant organisation for our stakeholders and one of the most cloud-enabled organisations in the world.

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04Revenues

A good performance

For the 12 months ending 30 June 2019, PwC firms' revenues were US$42.4 billion. A good performance in a challenging environment driven by the talents and commitment of our 276,000 people around the world.

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Aggregated revenues of PwC firms (US$ millions)

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By service line

FY19 revenues are the aggregated revenues of all PwC firms and are expressed in US dollars at average FY19 exchange rates. FY18 aggregated revenues are shown at average FY18 exchange rates. Gross revenues are inclusive of expenses billed to clients. Fiscal year ends 30 June.

05People

Over 276,000 people in 157 countries

From Beijing and Sydney, to London and Nairobi, to New York and São Paulo and beyond, you'll find our people in virtually every corner of the world. And while we come from many different places, we have our purpose in common. As technology continues to change our world, we are focused on upskilling our people to prepare them for the digital world of tomorrow.

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People and partners

07Clients

Serving a wide range of clients

Our clients range from leading multinational companies to small start ups, from family businesses and governments, to charities and private individuals. In the past year, we have served 200,000 clients, including more than 100,000 entrepreneurial and private businesses.

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Global and regional client bases - company indices/lists

Clients of PwC firms as a percentage of the Fortune Global 500

Total client

0%

Audit client: 0%

Audit clients include both sole and joint audits. Non-audit clients are those companies where PwC did not provide statutory audit services and where revenues exceeded US$500,000 in FY19

08Quality

Committed to quality

The quality of our work is at the heart of our organisation, and we invest significant and increasing resources in its continuous enhancement. We are also investing heavily in new technology to drive continuous improvement in the capabilities and effectiveness across our services. We are proud to have been the first of the global professional services networks to have published its internal audit quality inspection results.

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Audit engagement reviews in 2019

0

2018: 0

Total compliant

0%

2018: 0%

Non-compliant

0%

2018: 0%

Mike Davies

Mike Davies
Director, Global communications, PwC UK
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Andrea Plasschaert

Andrea Plasschaert
Senior manager, Global communications, PwC Switzerland
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