PwC, yesterday, completed five successful years operating in Bangladesh. Since its incorporation in 2015, PwC Bangladesh has helped the economic prowess of the country and supported both private and public sector clients, a press release issued by the company read.
At present, it caters to over 600 clients including government bodies, development agencies, and corporations across sectors ranging from manufacturing and pharmaceuticals to: banking and financial institutions, construction, utilities, education, and health.
Speaking on the foundation anniversary, Mamun Rashid, managing partner at PwC Bangladesh, said, "We are privileged to have partnered with Bangladesh in its journey towards becoming one of the fastest-growing economies of the world. We have been a part of many landmark deals, enabled business and digital transformation for our clients, and helped drive government reforms."
"We see immense potential in the workforce here and are committed to further developing the talent pool by offering them multi competency opportunities. As we look at continuing our successful stint in the country, we look forward to partnering with the government and corporate firms, as well as bringing in global best practices, sharp business acumen and local market intelligence, as they look at rebuilding the economy after the lockdown and emerge stronger."
PwC aims to build trust in society and solve important problems. It is a network of firms functioning across 157 countries engaging more than 276,000 people, who deliver services in assurance, advisory and tax-related issues.
PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity.
Interested clients and stakeholders may visit the company's website at – https://www.pwc.com/bd/en.html - for more details.