PwC EXPANDS OFFICE in Qatar Nov 29, 2021 0 0 12345 PwC Middle East in Qatar has further grown its 40+ years presence in the country and has therefore made investment into a new office expansion hosting over 350 consultants and experts. PwC in Qatar started its investment in digital capabilities over five years ago with strides being made across digital services and upskilling its people in the digital field. This comes in line with the organisation’s worldwide commitment to an investment of $20 million to upskill its people in the region. These areas of digitisation and industries to profile include healthcare, transportation and cybersecurity. During the office expansion tour, Bassam Hajhamad, Qatar Country Senior Partner, PwC Middle East, reinforced PwC’s commitment to investing in Qatar aligned with PwC’s global strategy “The New Equation” that was rolled out this summer and focused on building the right skills to deliver solutions that are human-led and tech powered. He said, “The New Equation splits into two interconnected needs that clients face in the coming years. Trust and buildingsustained outcomes for our clients to support organisational culture, the way executives think and to also suit anenvironment that has a risk of disruption more intense than ever. And lastly, to ensure our people are future readyto support significant changes as part of the new equation, we have committed to 6,000 new jobs in the MiddleEast over the next 5 years with a focus on digital, emerging technologies and ESG.” (TNN) Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES Lulu bags top retail awards Nov 29, 2021 0 0 DPS GROUP ANNOUNCES BOARD OF DIRECTORS Nov 29, 2021 0 0 Dukhan Bank net profit up 12% to QR900 million in third quarter Nov 29, 2021 0 0 Qatar participates in UNCITRAL sessions QNA Vienna The State of Qatar, represented by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, participated as an observer in the 41st session of the Working Group 3 on Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform of the United .. Saudi Tadawul prices IPO at top of range, raises $1.01 bn Agencies DUBAI Saudi Tadawul Group raised 3.78 billion riyals ($1.01 billion) on Sunday via an initial public offering (IPO) that was priced at the top of the indicated range and 121 times oversubscribed. The company, ..