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PwC Taiwan
PwC Taiwan
PwC Taiwan
PwC Taiwan
Published on 2022-10-11
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Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems

PwC Taiwan was founded in 1970 under the original name of Chen & Chu. Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. It is this focus that informs the professional services we provide and the decisions we make, which drives us to tirelessly pursue excellence, uphold high standards of integrity, and maintain high-quality professionalism throughout all these years. PwC Taiwan has grown steadily alongside Taiwan’s economy over the past 50 years. Our contribution to society and industry transformation has earned us public trust.

 

PwC Taiwan is a member of the PwC network of firms in 152 countries, with over 328,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.

 

PwC China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan joined forces and formed a regional organisation, jointly known as “CaTSH”, in 2010. We work together in collaboration and share resources as well as talent pools. PwC Taiwan also operates in Shanghai, providing localized services to businesses from Taiwan.

 

Nowadays clients need a professional service portfolio that is cross-border and more comprehensive. Responding to this need, PwC formed PwC Asia Pacific, which includes Taiwan, China and Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, and other territories. This regional alliance is expected to create more regional development advantages through multilateral cooperation, increased transparency and mutual connections.

 

The go-to firm for industry-focused services to organisations of all sizes and backgrounds.

 

PwC Taiwan operates jointly with its strategic partners, including PricewaterhouseCoopers Management Consulting Company, PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax Consulting Company, PricewaterhouseCoopers Financial Advisory Services Company, PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal, PricewaterhouseCoopers Sustainability Services Company, PricewaterhouseCoopers Professional Services Taiwan, PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Services Taiwan, PricewaterhouseCoopers Risk Consulting Taiwan, and PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Consulting Services Taiwan. We currently have more than 3,000 professionals in six offices across Taiwan who provide industry-focused services to private and public entities of all sizes and backgrounds.

 

PwC Taiwan provides comprehensive services and solutions for a wide range of business needs, including audit and assurance services, tax services, deals, consulting services, people and organisation services, legal services, real estate services, financial industry services, health industries services, digital economy, smart manufacturing, new energy services, risk management and corporate governance solution, family business services, innovation and entrepreneur services, multinational business services, BEPS services, mergers and acquisitions, Southeast Asia and India services, sustainability and climate change and more.

 

The New Equation: Build trust and deliver sustained outcomes

 

PwC unveiled its new global network strategy The New Equation, in 2021, which responds to fundamental changes in the world, including technological disruption, climate change, fractured geopolitics, and the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The new strategy aims to help clients build trust and deliver sustained outcomes. The New Equation is a fresh approach to our brand: “PwC is a community of solvers. We combine human ingenuity, experience, and technology innovation to deliver sustained outcomes and build trust.” The New Equation focuses on two interconnected needs that clients face in the coming years: to build trust and to deliver sustained outcomes.

 

PwC’s approach to building trust is designed to meet rising expectations of transparency and stakeholder engagement. It recognises the importance of quality and that reporting and compliance are just one link in a chain that includes organisational culture, executive mindset, aligned standards, certified professionals, stringent controls, tailored technologies, and appropriate governance. Similarly, delivering sustained outcomes requires an integrated approach. Instead of a traditional technology-driven approach to transformation, PwC’s approach is focused on the outcome. The firm mobilises expertise in strategy, digital and cloud services, value creation, people and organisation, tax, ESG, deals, business recovery services, legal and compliance, amongst other areas to deliver the sustained outcomes.

 

The general public has increasingly higher expectations for businesses in terms of addressing social issues, such as pandemic, climate change, social injustice or digital divide. Our new strategy aims to assist our clients with tackling the toughest challenges, help them contribute to society and the planet. Our professionals are highly experienced in multiple fields and can help clients deliver sustained outcomes in the areas of financial performance, risk management, innovation and growth momentum, talent and generational transition, digital transformation, ESG issues, mergers and acquisitions, tax governance.

 

Joining forces with MIH Consortium for a bigger and brighter future

 

PwC Taiwan has established a High-Tech Industry Research Centre to provide insights on Taiwan’s high-tech industries. International major events or trends are analysed to determine their impact on the core high-tech industries in Taiwan. Such analysis could further facilitate resource integration between government and industry, creating value through capitalizing opportunities and lowering risks. We provide professional analysis services to help high-tech businesses stay informed of industrial trends and help boost their growth momentum. Our services include industry chain and ecosystem chain analysis, technology development trends, business models developed by companies, patent development strategies, strategic planning for industry development.

 

Taiwan, as a global ICT technology leader, should be an active participant in the coming wave of electric vehicles. The MIH Consortium was established under the leadership of Hon Hai Technology Group, with its modular design offering customers various cooperation options. PwC Taiwan is honored to be a member of MIH Consortium and join the ranks of more than 2,000 other businesses. We expect this platform for smart electric vehicles will attract R&D talent from various industries in Taiwan and help ingenuity to shine forth.

 

 

PwC Taiwan: www.pwc.tw

 

High-Tech Industry Research Centre: https://www.pwc.tw/zh/high-tech-industry-research-center.html