“PwC” is not a company or corporate. "PwC" refers to the network of member firms of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited (PwCIL). Each member firm is a separate legal entity and does not act as agent of PwCIL or any other member firm.
I - Professional consultancies/law firms/self-employed consultants
Embankment Place, 1
London WC2N 6RH
(+44) 207 583 5000
Square de Meeûs 35
Mr Javier Rubinstein
Global General Counsel, PwCIL
Mr Georg Kämpfer
Global Regulatory Leader
PwC firms provide industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services in the public and private sector. We have extensive experience working with government bodies throughout the European Union and beyond, on a wide range of subjects, such as integrated reporting, sustainability and climate change, corporate governance, employment, marcroeconomics, healthcare, technology, and media. Please visit www.pwc.com for more information.
EU Audit Legislation, Legislation in the area of Financial Reporting, Corporate Governance and Taxation
Expert group on the Evaluation of the IAS Regulation
Petr Kriz, PwC Czechia, on behalf of FEE
Ago Vilu, PwC Estonia, on behalf of the Accounting Standards Board Estonia
Joint Transfer Pricing Forum
Isabel Verlinden, PwC Belgium
Platform for Tax Good Governance
Tanja Bender, PwC Netherlands
Friedrich Roedler, on behalf of PwC Austria
Issues impacting member firms of PwCIL.
By way of example, in recent years, the interest representational activities of PwCIL have largely focused on aspects of EU Audit legislation and its implementation across the 28 EU member states. Our principal concern was and is to ensure that the legislation would help enhance the quality of audits and financial reporting for the benefit of the capital markets both within the EU and around the world.
Forward looking, we welcome the opportunity to reflect on the future role of the auditor, and how auditors can continue to serve the public interest and capital markets, bearing in mind that any measures should enhance the quality and relevance of audits.
The EU Regulatory & Public affairs office of PwC coordinates the network of Regulatory & Policy Leaders in the 28 EU member states with regard to proposed or adopted EU legislation on matters of direct concern to the PwC network and our business model (the multi-competency firm), such as EU Audit legislation, financial reporting and corporate governance. It is estimated that each of these Regulatory leaders spends less than 10% of their time on PwC interest representation to the European Commission and the European Parliament.
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|Jacomien||VAN DEN HURK||03/10/2014||01/10/2015|
FEE (European Federation of Accountants), CEPS, Friends of Europe, IFRI, QED, British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium, Financial Future Forum, ECGI, TABC
07/2013 - 06/2014
600,000 € - 699,999 €
The PwC EU Regulatory and Public Affairs Office coordinates the network of Regulatory & Policy Leaders in the 28 EU member states with regard to (proposed or adopted) EU legislation on matters of direct concern to the PwC network, such as EU Audit legislation, financial reporting and corporate governance.
EU Financial Transparency System http://ec.europa.eu/budget/fts/index_en.htm
PwC’s Global Annual Review 2014 was issued in October 2014 and can be downloaded on www.pwc.com/annualreview.
The Transparency Reports of PwC network firms in the 28 EU member states can be found on the following webpage: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/european-public-affairs/eu-transparency-reports.jhtml
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.