PwC Cyprus presented its financial results for 2019, during the Annual Meeting of the organisation, which was held on Friday, 27 September in Limassol. The organisation’s revenue for the fiscal year that ended in June 2019 amounted to €81m, while its total contribution to government revenues over the same period, amounted to €28,3m.
More than 170 senior executives from PwC Cyprus and PwC’s international network took part in the Annual Meeting, where they analysed and presented developments in the various fields of activity of the organisation. PwC Cyprus’ CEO, Mr Evgenios Evgeniou gave an address, while the Deputy Minister of Shipping, Mrs Natasa Pilides attended the meeting and presented the latest developments in the shipping sector as well as the strategy of the Deputy Ministry of Shipping, which aims to develop a competitive, high-quality national shipping registry.
Mr. Ioannis Matsis, Chief Executive Officer of Hellenic Bank and Mr Pavlos Christoforou, CEO of Point Nine also attended the PwC conference and spoke to attendees about their experiences, the challenges they face in their respective fields of activity and their future plans as it comes to the strategy and future of the organisations they lead.
During his welcome address, Mr Evgeniou expressed satisfaction over the fact that PwC Cyprus remains firmly at the forefront of the professional services sector. “PwC Cyprus’ repeated positive results are proof of the enduring quality of the services we offer. However, our role does not end here. We are focusing and investing in continuously enhancing our people's skills, adopting new technologies and digital tools and developing new and innovative services", he stated.
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