PKF: Renewable energy market remains resilient


The UK renewable energy market continues to develop and adapt in spite of an ever changing regulatory backdrop. From the low we experienced in 2015 with the government’s early closure of the Renewables Obligation, our resilient industry has successfully responded in typical fashion as is evidenced with some notable highs throughout more

Is complacency the biggest barrier to adding value?


We’ve done a lot of research into how clients think about the value consultants add. The best way is one of the simplest: to ask someone whether a firm has added value over and above the fees they charged, writes Fiona Czerniawska of Source. read more

PKF: PKF's Consult Group in Poland has been ranked 5th


PKF Consult Group (PKF Poland) has been ranked 5th in "The XIV ranking of the best audit companies of 2014" (published 30th March 2015), improving on last year's position by one place. The ranking was prepared by the daily polish newspapers "Rzeczpospolita" and "Gazeta Giełdy Parkiet".read more

Revealed: the true impact of the Big Four's withdrawal and subsequent re-entry into the consulting market


Our Management Consultancy guru Mick James this week talks with the consulting arm of PKF and unravels the impact of the Big Four's withdrawal and subsequent re-entry into the consulting market. Overall it's been very positive for firms like PKF, with a generation of clients having grown up with a mentality of looking beyond the “usual suspects”, and experimenting with both start-ups and established but lesser known firms like more

Staff turnover rockets - but what can consulting firms do to improve retention rates?


Management consultancy firms are being torn apart by surging levels of staff turnover, according to new research from Polling consultants from the leading firms, the survey finds that staff retention is likely to deteriorate further this year as the global consulting recovery presents consultants with a wider choice of career opportunities - encouraging them to leave their existing employer in favour of a new more