PwC Luxembourg is the largest professional services firm in Luxembourg with 2,600 people employed from 58 different countries. PwC Luxembourg provides audit, tax and advisory services including management consulting, transaction, financing and regulatory advice. †The firm provides advice to a wide variety of clients from local and middle market entrepreneurs to large multinational companies operating from Luxembourg and the Greater Region. Because Digital cannot be viewed in isolation to create lasting value, finance, operations, technology, people, risk and tax must also be considered.
Our Digital Services are fueled by our deep industry experience combined with the right acquisitions to offer incredibly powerful end-to-end solutions. We are purpose-built to be your best asset not just in facing digital disruption, but thriving in it.
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PwC Luxembourg Cybersecurity Day: A tailor-made programme to help CISOs, DPOs and CEOs tackle cybersecurity challenges
The fourth edition held in Luxembourg, the PwC Luxembourg Cybersecurity Day brings together influential players from the cyber-industry, CEO’s, CISO’s and DPO’s.Lire la suite
La révolution digitale passe forcément par une meilleure exploitation des données. Pour profiter des opportunités offertes notamment par l’intelligence artificielle, les organisations luxembourgeoises doivent encore gagner en maturité. Pour cela,…Lire la suite
• 26% of respondents consider their company to be mature with regard to data architecture • 28% of respondents say there is a clear and defined strategy for managing data…Lire la suite
It is with great pleasure that PwC Luxembourg announces the new Country Leadership Team (CLT), which was approved by the firm partners on 26 February 2019. This new leadership team…Lire la suite
22ème enquête de PwC auprès des chefs d'entreprise - Présentation des résultats luxembourgeoisLire la suite
The second “CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) in the spotlight” survey analyses the evolution of the CISO’s role over the past two years in Luxembourg
Conducted by the CPSI (College des Professionnels de la Sécurité de l’information) and PwC Luxembourg, the survey shows that, despite being under-represented in management committees (only 13% occupy a seat),…Lire la suite
Pour relever les défis de demain, de nouvelles organisations doivent faire converger les compétences techniques et métier. L’IT, en étant plus proche des acteurs opérationnels, doit agir comme un facilitateur…Lire la suite