- Tax Services;
- Legal Services;
- Risk Assurance;
- Government and Public Sector Services;
- Private Company and Private Wealth Services;
- Corporate Training Academy;
- Human Resources.
More than 3 000 professionals work in PwC Russia’s offices.
- 80 partners: 35 of our partners are women;
- 1/4 of PwC staff work in our regional offices;
- Average age of an employee is 30 years.
Our clients in Russia
3000 companies make up our client base including 290 companies from the Expert Top 600.
They account for 79% of the total revenue earned by all of the companies in this rating.
PwC Russia’s share of the audit market among Expert 600 companies is 21%.
Our clients to whom we provide audit and consulting services include:
- 10 of the 10 largest financial companies and banks;
- 9 of the 10 largest oil and gas companies;
- 9 of the 10 largest metallurgical companies;
- 9 of the 10 largest mining companies;
- 4 of the 10 largest telecommunication companies;
- 7 of the 10 largest power industry companies;
- 9 of the 10 largest retail companies.
- Doing Business and Investing in the Russian Federation;
- Annual Global CEO Survey (global and Russian editions);
- Russian Boards Survey;
- APEC CEO Survey;
- Private and Family Business Survey;
- Total Retail (global and Russian editions);
- Global Entertainment and Media Outlook;
- Global Economic Crime Survey;
- Cities of Opportunity;
- MoneyTreeTM: Venture Market Navigator;
- Outlook for Russia’s automotive market;
- State of the Internal Audit Profession Study;
- Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Europe;
- Global State of Information Security® Survey;
- Annual HR Benchmarking Survey (PwC Saratoga).
Rankings and awards:
- No. 1 in the 2017 rankings of audit firms in terms of diversity, Vault (2017);
- No. 1 in the 2018 rankings of firms specialising in audit and financial accounting, Vault (2017);
- No. 1 in the 2018 rankings of most prestigious audit firms, Vault (2017);
- Best provider of strategy services for M&A, ALM Vanguard (2017);
- Leading consultancy on establishing joint ventures and alliances, ALM Vanguard, 2017;
- No. 1 in the 2018 rankings of audit firms in Forensics, Vault (2017);
- Among the top 10 Russian legal firms according to the Pravo.Ru-300.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has been created by the merger of two networks of firms — Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand — each with historical roots going back some 150 years. Set out below are some key milestones in the history of both firms.
1849 — Samuel Lowell Price sets up business in London
1854 — William Cooper establishes his own practice in London, which seven years later becomes Cooper Brothers
1865 — Price, Holyland and Waterhouse Join forces in partnership
1913 — Coopers & Lybrand Deloitte opens office in St. Petersburg
1916 — Price, Waterhouse & Co opens office in Petrograd
1957 — Cooper Brothers & Co (UK), McDonald, Currie & Co (Canada) and Lybrand, Ross Bros & Montgomery (US) merge to form Coopers & Lybrand
1982 — Price Waterhouse World firm formed
1989 — Price Waterhouse opens Representative Office in Moscow
1990 — Coopers & Lybrand opens office in Moscow
1998 — Worldwide merger of Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand to create PricewaterhouseCoopers
2010 — PwC has refreshed its branding. The new branding includes a simplified logo consisting of the initials “pwc” in lower-case type. This formal shortening of the brand name will provide consistency and ease of use for PwC firms around the world
2014 — PwC celebrated twenty five years on the Russian market
2014 — Strategy& was formed on March 31, 2014, when the firm formerly known as Booz & Company combined with PwC to form a new kind of consulting team, offering strategy-through-execution services under one roof.
Third Party Code of Conduct
PwC has adopted and implemented a Third Party Code of Conduct. The Third Party Code sets out standards, principles, and expectations that PwC requires of the Third Parties we engage. These standards, principles and expectations are similar to what PwC expects of our own partners and staff.