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Jun 25 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about PwC. 24 people are quoted and you can read 37 citations of them about PwC. Bob Moritz, Tim Calkins and Brian Cullinan, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Bob Moritz said: “Our brand is all about trust and integrity and the like so we have got to make sure that we double down on that issue to demonstrate what we are doing each and every day in whatever service offering, working for our customer, working for our investor or working for our government that we're bringing good quality around the world.”.
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Bob Moritz - PricewaterhouseCoopers International

Our brand is all about trust and integrity and the like so we have got to make sure that we double down on that issue to demonstrate what we are doing each and every day in whatever service offering, working for our customer, working for our investor or working for our government that we're bringing good quality around the

Tim Calkins

This is not advanced math. PwC had to get the right name in the right envelope and get it to the right

Jordan Horwitz

I was ecstatic, it was amazing. I thought we won an Oscar. Some guys in headsets started buzzing around. It became clear that was something wrong. They took the envelope I had. It said Emma Stone, La La Land on

Jordan Horwitz

It was clear that there was something wrong. We started looking for the best picture envelope. Nobody knew where it was. Then it appeared, they opened it next to me and it said '

Tim Calkins

That's very different because Steve Harvey can respond and make light of it… I don't think PwC can joke about this one. The problem is, PwC is not a funny

Marcia Horowitz

Even though it's supposed to be a secretive process, I think they're going to have to lift the veil a bit and provide an explanation. There's going to have to be some explanation for what

Tim Calkins

I think it's very important for those two partners to step forward and explain what happened. If you're PwC, you want to highlight that this is an isolated

Mark Serrano - Proactive Communications

They should be out in front of this in a big way. Their executives should be conducting media interviews throughout the week to lessen damage to their brand. I don't think this will ultimately hurt them with their vast number of corporate accounting clients. If I was their competition, I would be pitching people at the Academy today to get a chance at that contract. Someone really blew it. PwC is either going to have to fire those CPAs or reform their entire approach to security around the Oscar picks, or both, as a gesture to renew trust in their

Tim Calkins

This, fundamentally, isn't that difficult a task. You just had to get the right name in the right envelope and hand it to the right person. An accounting mistake is very bad, but the only people who hear about those usually are business executives and a few investors [and] that's fundamentally very complicated stuff… This is different. This is a huge black eye for the firm. You almost couldn't imagine anything worse in terms of

Brian Cullinan - PricewaterhouseCoopers

A lot of times there'll be a kind of reversal of roles where sometimes celebrities will come over to us and ask if they can get their picture taken with

Scott MacDonald

The important thing is they rectified it immediately and

Jimmy Kimmel

Guys, this is very unfortunate what happened. Personally I blame Steve Harvey for

Brian Cullinan - PricewaterhouseCoopers

It's such a long-term relationship [between PwC and the Oscars] that we know intricately how everything works, the timing of it, the process that we use, and they have absolute trust in us and what we

Chris Woo

Singapore, at this stage of global tax competitiveness, believes that it's at a good position at the moment. There could be some tweaks later on. Singapore of course has a very substantial incentive regime… it appears to be that Singapore is investing for the long

Chris Woo

It's interesting to see there isn't anything spectacular that would grab the attention of the foreign investors. Last night in the U.S. time or European time, if someone was looking to invest in Singapore or was waiting for goodies in the budget, there weren't really any big goodies for these multinationals outside Singapore to attract them to

Kurt Wee

You've got labor cost that's quite a bit of pressure on businesses, you've got rental cost, compliance cost… In the near term, you're going to see levies going up, we don't see many cost measures that are going to help SMEs in this

Heng Swee Keat

The BEPS project seeks to ensure that companies are taxed where substantive economic activities are performed. Singapore supports this principle. We are, in consultation with businesses, refining our schemes and implementing the relevant

Ajay Sanganeria - KPMG

Singapore will definitely stand out as a low tax yet BEPS-compliant market to [multinational corporations] looking for jurisdictions in which to

Bob Moritz - PricewaterhouseCoopers International

The real challenge here, though, isn't just one of how CEOs navigate, it's about the need for CEOs to have a deeper, two-way relationship with stakeholders. Understanding the root cause of the potential discontent or perception is a critical first step towards communicating the benefits of business for society. There's a lot at stake if we do not achieve inclusive global

Eric T. Schneiderman

We are pleased with the court's order and look forward to moving full-steam ahead with our fraud investigation of Exxon. Exxon had no legal basis to interfere with PWC's production, and I hope that today's order serves as a wake up call to Exxon that the best thing they can do is cooperate with, rather than resist, our

Domenico del Re - PricewaterhouseCoopers

The drop in take-up of cyber insurance shows that this is still maturing as a

Bob Moritz - PricewaterhouseCoopers International

I think we are through the initial shock. We're seeing companies getting back to business, working through scenarios, impacts and the opportunities, which, when so much uncertainty remains, is

Bob Moritz - PricewaterhouseCoopers International

For us, PwC is organized on a country by country basis, and we are used to working internally cross-border, and for clients as well, so we won't be affected by any potential

Matt Lieberman - PricewaterhouseCoopers

Expats from China are driving the trend. They want to see content from

Chris Crace

Our vision for this program wasn't to make a dent in veteran hiring, [but rather to] differentiate us [PwC] and help us meet the needs of our clients with the current talent shortage. Do you really need a degree for technical work?feedback

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