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PwC Cyprus: Record €87m revenues in 2023

PwC Cyprus' resilience and adaptability, despite current economic uncertainty, have been demonstrated by its financial results for 2023, which were presented at its established Annual Meeting, on 15 September.

Showing impressive impetus in the new market conditions, PwC Cyprus achieved record total revenues of €87m compared to €83m the previous year. In addition, the organisation's contribution to state revenues amounted to €30m, while during the financial year under review, PwC Cyprus invested in the development of its people and increased the number of its employees to over 1,100. Specifically, PwC Cyprus hired 230 people, of whom 112 are new university graduates.

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“Full compliance with the sanctions of PwC's global network, resulted in our organisation suffering a loss of more than 20% of its revenues, compared to the previous year. Nevertheless, thanks to the immediate implementation of our ambitious growth strategy, together we succeeded in creating new sources of revenues, while laying strong foundations for the continued evolution of our organisation," said Philippos Soseilos, CEO & Senior Partner of PwC Cyprus.

Transition success

2023 has been the year in which the transition of the organisation to a new, modern, and resilient operating model was successfully established. The organisation has managed to cope with the challenges that have arisen due to geopolitical developments and the rapid change in the way markets operate. By implementing PwC's global strategy “The New Equation”, the organisation now has a competitive advantage to meet the modern needs of its clients.

It is not by chance that in a qualitative Client Experience Survey where participants were asked whether they would recommend PwC Cyprus to peers, the aggregate score given was 9.26 out of an absolute 10. The overall percentage of our clients’ satisfaction with PwC Cyprus rose to 9.05. The indicators show an additional improvement from the corresponding last year's survey.

Transformation focus

This year's PwC Cyprus annual meeting focused on the strategic transformation of the organisation, in the context of the general global changes and trends that are rapidly unfolding. The conference was welcomed by President Nikos Christodoulides, who analysed the government's plan for a sustainable economy, and for further cooperation with the private sector. Moreover, Blair Sheppard, Global Leader, Strategy & Leadership of PwC in the US, provided a detailed analysis of the trends in Strategy and Leadership highlighting the great opportunities for the Cypriot economy.

PwC Foundation creates a new momentum of offering

The establishment of the pioneering, non-profit organisation, PwC Foundation in 2022, brought a new lease of life. In the financial year under review (July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023), the organisation offered a total of €436,300 under its three main pillars of action: Education & Culture, Youth Entrepreneurship, and Offering Our Hearts and Minds. In addition, the people of PwC Cyprus spent more than 1,500 hours in voluntary actions last year.

The PwC Cyprus Annual Review, which includes the financial results and the main actions of the organisation for 2023 is now available on the website https://www.pwc.com.cy/en/annual-review/assets/annual-review-2023.pdf.

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