IPO Watch Europe Q3 2016


Our latest report shows the subdued start to the year carried into Q3 with low levels of activity hampered by the immediate turbulence following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. Despite some post-referendum jitters, signs point to an uptick in activity for the IPO market towards the end of 2016 and into 2017.

Communications Review: Network operators


Network operators: Why making the most of the IoT opportunity means looking beyond the network and leveraging other assets – like your OSS and BSS.

Redefining business success in a changing world


Automotive industry key findings.

Post-IPO analysis of Russian issuers


Post-IPO analysis of Russian issuers for the period from 1 January 2005 (or the IPO-date) to 31 December 2013

Executing a successful IPO: Markets for Technology


New PwC publication designed to help technology companies frame their initial thinking on IPO – including timing issues, how to prepare the business, the differences between selected exchanges (London, NYSE and Nasdaq focus) and also real-life experiences of technology companies which have listed successfully.

Navigating the transformation of the gas market. Adapting to survive in a period of change


The global natural gas market is going through an unprecedented transformation. Gas is playing a huge role in the transition to a low-carbon world. It is also rapidly becoming a global commodity as its price crumbles on the open market.

IPO Watch Europe Q2 2016


Our latest IPO Watch predicts European IPO proceeds are unlikely to reach €25bn by the end of 2016 following the UK’s vote to leave the EU, however, an uptick in activity towards the end of the year is expected if conditions improve.

Mine 2016: Slower, Lower, Weaker….but not defeated


Welcome to Mine: PwC’s 13th annual review of the top trends in the global mining industry. Our analysis is based on the financial performance of the Top 40 global mining companies by market capitalisation.

Industry 4.0: Building the digital enterprise


Our research shows that first movers are transforming into digital enterprises.