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PwC annonce la formation d'une nouvelle équipe globale de services fiscaux d'entreprise

PwC a aujourd'hui annoncé la conclusion d'un accord novateur avec GE portant sur la fourniture de services fiscaux gérés d'entreprise à l'échelle mondiale. Dans le cadre de cet accord, PwC recrutera plus de 600 membres de l'équipe fiscale particulièrement appréciée de GE, originaires du monde entier, et fera l'acquisition des technologies fiscales de la société, dans le but de renforcer l'accent mis par PwC sur la fonction fiscale de l'avenir et la fourniture de solutions fiscales d'entreprise globales sur le marché.

PwC possède le plus vaste cabinet fiscal des Etats-Unis et du monde, doté d'un réseau mondial de plus de 41.000 professionnels de la fiscalité présents dans 157 pays. En s'appuyant sur l'expérience et l'expertise de l'équipe de GE qui ont fait leurs preuves, PwC pense avoir identifié une opportunité qui reconnaît les besoins futurs d'un marché en pleine évolution.

« Les talents qui quittent GE pour rejoindre notre société sont formidables », a déclaré Mark Mendola, Vice-président et associé directeur chez PwC. « Cet accord nous permettra de continuer à offrir à nos clients les tous meilleurs services fiscaux au sein d'un environnement extrêmement instable et incertain. L'intégration des talents de GE aux vastes capacités de PwC nous permettra de tenir nos promesses en termes de Fonction fiscale de l'avenir, dans un monde fiscal de plus en plus numérique », a-t-il ajouté.

L'accord conclu avec PwC fait suite à la réévaluation, par GE, de la fourniture optimale de ces services fiscaux globaux critiques, maintenant et à l'avenir. L'équipe chargée des nouvelles solutions fiscales globales d'entreprise s'intègrera à la division fiscale de PwC et fournira des services gérés non seulement à GE mais également à d'autres clients de PwC. L'accord, d'une durée de cinq ans renouvelable, prendra effet au 1er avril 2017.

Mike Gosk, Vice-président et avocat-conseil en fiscalité chez GE, a ajouté : « Cet accord nous permet de bénéficier d'un accès continu à l'expertise de calibre mondial des chefs de file mondiaux, ainsi que de la flexibilité nous permettant de nous adapter aux exigences de l'évolution du portefeuille de GE. Nous sommes heureux d'approfondir nos relations avec PwC afin d'offrir à d'autres grandes sociétés l'occasion de travailler avec la meilleure équipe fiscale au monde, tout en offrant de formidables possibilités de carrière à ces anciens professionnels de GE. »

A propos de PwC

Chez PwC, notre objectif est d'instaurer la confiance et de résoudre d'importants problèmes. Nous sommes un réseau d'entreprises originaires de 157 pays, comptant plus de 223.000 employés qui s'engagent en faveur de la qualité dans le secteur des assurances, ainsi que des services de conseil et fiscaux. Pour en savoir plus, et nous dire ce qui compte pour vous, contactez-nous sur www.pwc.com.

PwC désigne le réseau PwC et/ou l'une au moins de ses sociétés-membres, chacune desquelles constituant une entité juridique distincte. Veuillez consulter www.pwc.com/structure pour de plus amples détails.

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A propos de GE

GE (NYSE: GE) est la principale société industrielle numérique du monde, qui transforme l'industrie grâce à des machines et des solutions, basées sur des logiciels, connectées, adaptables et prédictives. GE gravite autour d'un échange mondial de connaissances, la « GE Store », via laquelle chaque entreprise partage et accède aux mêmes technologies, marchés, structures et intellect. Chaque invention stimule l'innovation et les applications dans nos secteurs industriels. Grâce aux personnes, aux services, aux technologies et aux développements modulables, parce qu'elle parle le langage de l'industrie, GE fournit de meilleurs résultats à ses clients. www.ge.com

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