Pricewaterhousecoopers raymund chao
Asian financial forum 2018: albert wong, pwc hong kong
During this tough time, PwC’s “everyday versatility” culture has served us well. Our employees have been able to adapt to the difficult situations quickly. More specifically, we have been able to support clients whose companies might have been affected.
The introduction of emerging technology can be accelerated during periods of crisis. Due to mandatory school closures, classes are being held online, and telemedicine is becoming more common. Now is an excellent time for businesses to digitally transform and update.
Corporations, family companies, start-ups, and the public sector are all being pushed to perform. They must deal with the crisis now while also setting the foundations for a long-term recovery. We’re assisting them in this endeavor, both locally and globally. And it’s easier to deal with adversity when you’re all pulling together for a better future.
It has a significant effect on our lives and the lives of others around us, including family and friends, coworkers, staff, and clients. If their wellbeing is a top priority, many people are still concerned about their career prospects or livelihood. And it’s not just people who are at risk; companies are as well.
We’ll assist you in resolving today’s obstacles and planning for tomorrow’s journey out of the crisis. As members of the group, we have a duty and responsibility to contribute solutions in line with our company’s mission to foster faith in society and solve pressing issues.
Asian financial forum 2018: henri arslanian, pwc china
Under the new normal, according to Raymund Chao, chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers Greater China, PwC is assisting businesses and promoting the Chinese government’s policies, such as the Belt and Road Initiative. (China Daily photo)
Raymund Chao, 54, chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers Greater China, has worked in the country for the past 23 years with the network, which provides professional services such as auditing, assurance, accounting, and management consulting. As the company’s chief, he is now focused on making a positive impact in the world.
It’s possible that the seeds of that intention were planted in 1992. Chao returned from Canada to Hong Kong, his birthplace and childhood home, shortly after then-president Deng Xiaoping toured southern China to support economic reforms and liberalization.
“Actually, I was happy in Canada and had no intention of returning until I took a vacation in Hong Kong and realized how quickly things had changed. It made me feel like I should be in this part of the world because there are so many opportunities in China, and I should put my skills ahead of time to contribute to China’s growth “Chao remarked.
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