The changes to the organisational structure of PwC’s network of member firms will further the firm’s focus on emerging markets, which it believes will be the engine of much of its future growth.

The proposals reflect the connected global world in which the firm’s clients operate, said Samuel DiPiazza, PwC International global chief executive.


The firm will be organised into three regions (the US, UK and China) in a collection of national partnerships to enable the transfer of knowledge into growing markets such as the Middle East, India and China.