Global consultancy PwC raked in revenues to the tune of $35.9 billion in the financial year ended June 2016 with PwC India recording “one of the highest growth rates” in the network. PwC on Tuesday said that more revenue growth is coming from developing markets, particularly Asia where revenues grew by 10 per cent, with strong performances in India and China.
In a release, PwC said total global revenues rose by more than 7 per cent at constant exchange rates.
The PwC network reported total global gross revenues of $35.9 billion for the fiscal ended June 30, 2016.
“PwC India has yet again recorded one of the highest growth rates in the PwC network. Our technology enabled approach and alignment with market needs, and engagement with clients to help them strategies to transform their business has accelerated our growth momentum,” Deepak Kapoor, who is Chairman PwC India network of entities, said.
He noted that Goods and Services Tax (GST), audit rotation, government services, fintech, data analytics and cyber security are just few of the opportunities that the Indian marketplace is currently providing.
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PwC’s global head count grew more than 7 per cent to over 2,23,000 people.