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  • PwC Middle East Region: About us
    Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites PwC Middle East overview Our commitment Deliver value with you every day Established in the region for 40 years PwC has more than 4 000 people in 12 countries across the region Bahrain Egypt Iraq Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Oman the Palestinian territories Qatar Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Our regional team of more than 4 000 people operates across the Middle East bringing international experience delivered within the context of the region and its culture We can bring the collective knowledge and experience of more than 208 000 people across the entire global PwC network in advisory assurance and tax to help you find the value you are looking for To find out more about our industry and service offerings please use the links below All Industries All Services Please note that the weekend in the Middle East is Friday and Saturday except in Lebanon where it s Saturday and Sunday About us PwC Middle East overview Bahrain Egypt Iraq Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia The Palestinian Territories United Arab Emirates Corporate Responsibility Our

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  • Corporate responsibility: PwC
    United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Corporate responsibility Our Region Our Responsibility Corporate Responsibility Report for FY14 FY15 part of it Watch this video to learn how PwC is creating value through responsible business Responsible Business Understanding risks and opportunities We create value for business and our communities in the areas of ethics integrity and trust and by using our core skills to help address issues central to fostering a sustainable business Find out more Diversity and inclusion Be yourself Be different Creating value through diversity Community engagement Sharing our skills We create value in our local communities by using our people s time skills and experience to make a lasting difference Find out more Environmental stewardship Collaborating for better solutions We create value by understanding and reducing our impact on the environment We also make a positive influence through our client work and thought leadership in this area Find out more 1 2 3 4 5 6 Strategy Part of the global solution We use the power of our network to increase the impact of our activities contributing to creating a sound business environment and strong communities Learn more Our approach Four focus areas We re focused

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  • PwC Middle East Public Sector Institute: MEPSI
    India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Middle East Public Sector Institute MEPSI Delivering excellence in public service The Middle East Public Sector Institute MEPSI offers a one stop centre of excellence to help governments and public sector organisations bring added value to the people they serve Services and facilities Programmes

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  • PwC Middle East Media Centre
    Logistics PwC s Academy Publications Careers Middle East Region International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Media Centre Press releases Articles Press Releases Building market awareness on important business and tax considerations Oman Budget Commentary PwC Fraud Forum gives latest insight into Conflict of Interest Management Saudi Arabia takes a quantum leap in e government services making a taxpayer s process with the department of Zakat and Income Taxes DZIT through electronic portals See all press releases Articles Predictions 2016 Lower oil prices are changing the dynamics of the Middle East says Hani Ashkar PwC Middle East Senior Partner Once in a generation transformation Hani Ashkar PwC Middle East Senior Partner shares his outlook for 2016 See all articles Contacts Dalia Adawieh Tel 971 0 56 682 0653 Tel 966 0 54 1062393 Email Sarah Salman Tel 971 0 4 304 3711 Email Media Centre Press releases 2015 releases 2014 releases 2013 releases 2012 releases Articles Contacts Dalia Adawieh Tel 971 0 56 682 0653

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  • Today's issues: PwC Middle East
    uncertainty as a way of life Economic conditions and an ever widening range of threats continue to test even the strongest organisations companies are facing a variety of challenges as they strive to find growth and stay competitive whilst Governments look to move to a more sustainable level of growth tighten fiscal discipline and continue diversifying their economies From improving operational effectiveness to expanding into new markets we re here to help Explore the sections below to find insights and experts that can help you find growth in the region s constantly evolving landscape Doing Business Setting up and doing business in the Middle East Learn more Lower for longer How to survive and thrive in the new normal era of low oil prices and squeezed liquidity Learn more Global Megatrends PwC s network leaders take a fresh look at the global megatrends their dynamics and impacts Learn more Innovation Innovation is critical to delivering consistent business results in all economic conditions Learn more On the go Explore our video library Innovation PwC A brief glimpse into our innovation culture as we work to inspire new ideas break down barriers and create more value for our clients A brief glimpse

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  • Doing business guides - Middle East
    Middle East The Middle East is a developing and dynamic hub for investment A growing population and middle class together with substantial efforts to encourage activity outside of oil and gas industries provides business opportunities across the region As PwC s 2016 Paying Taxes study highlights the Middle East has the least demanding tax framework globally and is the easiest place in which to pay taxes These factors combined make the region attractive for foreign businesses We have developed a series of country specific Doing business guides which are designed to provide an introduction to the tax and legal aspects in the Middle East and answer key questions that an inbound investor may have whilst establishing or developing a business within the region KSA Kuwait Lebanon Oman Qatar UAE Download Doing business guide Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Download Doing business guide Kuwait Download Doing business guide Lebanon Download Doing business guide Oman Download Doing business guide Qatar Download Doing business guide UAE Our services Assurance and audit Audit services Capital markets and accounting advisory services Financial accounting Non financial performance and reporting Regulatory compliance Risk assurance services Business resilience Commercial assurance Controls assurance Information security Internal audit IT and project assurance Performance assurance Projects assurance Technology assurance Treasury Consulting Innovation People change Financial effectiveness Operations Strategy Technology Deals Deals strategy Business restructuring services BRS Debt capital advisory Capital projects infrastructure Capital projects services Infrastructure finance Real estate Asset management Corporate finance M A advisory services Private equity advisory services Forensic investigations and disputes Transaction services Due diligence Financial decisions and analysis Sale and purchase agreement Valuation and economics Contacts Family business Tax legal services Indirect taxation International taxation Global employee mobility Deploying talent strategically Managing risk compliance Technology efficiency Legal services for U S citizens and Green Card holders Mergers

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  • How to survive and thrive in the ‘new normal’ era of low oil prices and squeezed liquidity
    assets people and capital Reduce investment in working capital Optimise cash management systems and reduce cash leakage Identify key talent and retain them Continuous productivity improvement people knowledge performance culture Review and reshape assset portfolios and business lines We work alongside you to understand your cash concerns and explore the working capital and cash management across your business whilst balancing any potential knock on impact that might have with stakeholders such as lenders shareholders and suppliers We can identify your key talent and develop appropriate incentives for them retaining and motivating the best people is critical to your future 3 Raise cash and access alternative sources of finance Build a cash buffer and control your own destiny Explore options to raise cash from non core asset sales Raise cash in the debt markets debt bonds sukuk PPP Explore equity financing If you are a developer we can help to renegotiate or increase your existing credit facility understand the needs of your lenders and help you get the right information in place We can help to manage a reduction in your credit lines and explore what other options may be available as an alternative to bank lending including debt finance PPPs and help in accessing local and international credit If you are a government body we can help you structure transaction to attract long term private financing to cover budget short falls 4 Managing your cost base Drive operational performance efficiency remove waste Targeted rather then general reductions Reduce unnecessary complexity Assest strategic sourcing review supplier agreements Does your business model need to change We can help you plan and execute targeted rather than across the board cuts reduce unnecessary complexity and look at whether your business model needs to change Businesses that successfully manage their costs only invest in those areas that are required to achieve strategic goals They constantly plan monitor and revise their cost strategies The challenge lies in managing profit with the help of cost cutting targets without jeopardising the long term health of the enterprise 5 Innovate Harness and optimize technology Attract international business new technologies and insight Share knowledge internally Rapid implementation of solutions We help you to understand the role innovation plays in your strategy and how to structure and allocate limited resources harness knowledge and technology to be able to identify opportunities and quickly implement ideas and solutions PwC Perspective on the ground Alternative Financing Many government agencies and bodies now face budget constraints and lower funding allocations from their respective ministries of finance However priority projects under construction along with legally binding committed projects in social and economic infrastructure still need to proceed Private financing through Public Private Partnerships PPP procurement models are being seriously considered and implemented throughout the region Building on the success of the PPP model in utilities large scale financings in transportation healthcare and housing sectors are now being structured in a bankable manner Government agencies familiar with PPP models will have a useful tool to use to

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  • Innovation: Making innovation profitable: PwC Middle East
    new innovative businesses products and services We also help our clients build lasting internal capabilities ranging from Innovation Incubators to global R D centres to PLM systems that enable sustained consistent results Our unrivalled experience in delivering Innovation capabilities is underpinned by deep knowledge on how to move organisations to both optimise core product service innovation and development levers and find new paths to growth Companies that prioritise innovation to a great extent forecast 10 higher 12 month revenue growth rates than their peers Also top CEOs ranked innovation as the number one approach for growth Increasing competitive pressures and a need to deliver growth mean that CEOs recognise the need to bring new products and services to market quickly and efficiently Growth via breakthrough innovation is a major topic in C suites across all industries in the US Europe and Asia How we help you innovate Our latest thinking PwC s 6th Annual Digital IQ Survey Explore the best practices of Top Performers in our Digital IQ Survey report Unleashing the power of innovation This publication looks at what organisations need to address to become genuinely innovative and generate full value from their investment Converging worlds Five management principles from companies modernizing our vehicles buildings and electric grids Industry is radically reframing how it can increase productivity and improve the efficiency and stability of our vehicles buildings and electric grids Cities campuses and corporations need to manage energy use more actively and in a more aggregated way The first step in navigating the opportunities is to start from within Growing your business Innovation imperative In today s world of emerging technologies emerging markets and emerging consumer demands companies must emerge too out of old molds and into new ones if they are to survive and thrive For some companies that means reinventing themselves For others it s about seeking innovative ways to make their business newly relevant Getting the benefits that PLM has promised for years Product lifecycle management PLM implementations often fall short of expectations Now leading companies are starting to see ay that PLM projects may deliver the kinds of benefits described in the brochures One hint Treat PLM as a critical business system rather than as a productivity tool for engineers Making music with global R D Expansion does not always bring growth In fact with many companies globalising their R D operations it can bring just the opposite As new sites and new talent are acquired and the R D workforce becomes increasingly dispersed the capabilities required for full productivity can be easily dissipated and operational performance can suffer greatly Pot of gold Turning product complexity into profits Every new product variation drives up complexity and costs With good complexity management companies can enhance the customer and consumer experience while improving operational and financial perfor mance As the economy recovers this approach can free up funds and the manufacturing capacity needed for profitable growth Books Setting the PACE in product development Michael McGrath Voices into

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