PwC: PWC - we discuss what we can expect in the lead up to March 2019.


Welcome to our podcast series covering Brexit-related events and issues affecting business and the economy. Throughout the Brexit process, our subject matter experts will be sharing their perspectives on the key challenges ahead, helping you to better understand how the UK leaving the EU will affect you and your more

PwC: Chatta disrupts learning


The potential for technology is not new in education, many of the big technology providers have developed educational products. However, to date they have chosen two traditional channels either to publish content or monitor pupil progress online. Chatta has created a new method of teaching online. This has meant there is no existing market, Chatta have had to rely on early adopters and innovators to take a risk and help them secure market traction. read more

PwC: Bringing disruptive technology to city streets across the world


FiveAI is a UK technology start-up bringing together the best minds in AI, engineering and mobility to deliver a fully autonomous shared transport service for Europe’s cities. Operating out of six UK locations, the company already has prototype cars out and about in the UK, and is planning its first full service trial for commuters in London by early more

Global risk services market set to pass US$80bn by 2020


Following growth of 7% to US$62bn in 2017, a new report today estimates that growth in the global risk services market will accelerate to more than 10% in 2019, with the value of the market passing US$80bn by 2020. This will be an uplift of almost US$30bn (over 50% growth) in just five years. read more

PwC: UK Based Accounts & Audit Power House PwC Hired Over 400 Crypto Experts


Any industry be it big or small, requires financial services with specialised focus towards their respective needs. There are many accounting and audit firms that caters to specific clients or provides general services. As financial industry evolves these firms evolve with the trend to keep up with current affairs and provide better service to their more

PwC: PwC boss rejects 'Big Four' break-up as salaries soar


More than 900 UK partners at PwC were paid an average £712,000 last year. The pay-outs increased by 9 per cent on the previous year despite the accountant being hit by record fines for poor work, including £10million for its handling of collapsed department store BHS’s auditread more

PwC: Explainable AI


Artificial Intelligence is growing in sophistication, complexity and autonomy. Opening up transformational opportunities for business and society. At the same time, it makes explainability ever more more