PwC eyeing Middle Eastern opportunities
Firm has reportedly poached more than 20 partners from Ernst & Young in the region as it looks to build up its operations
PricewaterhouseCoopers is increasing its operations in the Middle East, with
an eye on doubling its fee income in area to $500m (£345m) within two years.
The firm wants to capitalise on a predicted spending surge from
infrastructure projects by Arab governments,
to the Times.
Its efforts have included a recruitment drive, which has seen staff hired
from rival firm Ernst & Young’s Middle Eastern operations.