PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) LLP (Consulting Practice) at a Glance


  • "Boundless opportunity to contribute, advance and grow."
  • "Forward thinking, true to the values, global integration."
  • "I enjoy the work and appreciate how much I have learned in a short period of time."
  • "Great culture, leadership team and work ethic."


  • "Can get stuck on projects for a long time; sometimes feels like too large of a firm with all the acquisitions."
  • "Massive place, can feel very faceless and can be difficult to get answers quickly."
  • "Extensive travel and overly critical culture."
  • "Sometimes seem so large that networking can be a daunting task."

The Buzz

  • "Strong brand presence."
  • "Big 4 reputation, slow to respond."
  • "Great acquisitions of late."
  • "Limited office culture due to heavy travel."

About PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) LLP (Consulting Practice)


Building a leading consulting business

PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) has been rapidly expanding its Advisory practice to provide the right mix of industry and functional expertise to help its clients address their most interesting and complex business issues and opportunities from strategy through execution.  PwC's Advisory services focus on management, technology and risk consulting, including operations, finance, organizational strategy and structure, process improvement, human resources effectiveness, customer impact, technology integration and implementation, big data and analytics, IT security, risk mitigation and crisis management. They also provide forensics services, including anti-corruption/fraud, forensic investigations, licensing management and cybersecurity, in addition to guidance on mergers and acquisitions through their deals capabilities. 

The firm's offerings and expertise have expanded primarily by developing deep skills and top talent from within. That growth has been complemented by strategic acquisitions over the past several years, including Diamond Management and Technology Consultants, PRTM, Ant's Eye View and Ray Group International, among others. 

These acquisitions added deep experience in technology and management consulting to PwC's expanded breadth of services and capabilities. Most recently, on April 3, 2014 PwC announced the successful completion of its combination with Strategy& (formerly Booz &Company). This combination creates a firm with the ability to help clients address their most complex imperatives from strategy through execution, and that the firm claims  is differentiated by its ability to help clients build their own capabilities on a global scale.  


One global network, many members

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP is the U.S. member firm of PwC, a global network of independent member firms. Today, the PwC network comprises more than 184,000 people in 157 countries and territories. This international group was created in 1998, with the merger of Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand, two accounting and professional services firms that date back to the mid-1800s. Both Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand began in London, and both grew their global presence organically and through mergers. 

PwC is headquartered in New York and boasts 83 offices across the United States. The firm serves 81 percent of the companies on the Fortune 500-28 percent as an auditor, and 56 percent in other capacities, including consulting. (Professional services firms are prohibited from performing auditing and consulting work for the same clients.) While each member firm operates independently within its own geographic locale, there is a considerable amount of cooperation and networking between them, ensuring that the global network of firms works as both a global entity and on a local scale. 

Given its sheer size and country coverage, not to mention the independent setup of its member firms, it should come as little surprise that the services PwC offers vary slightly within the global network of firms. However, all services do fall into one of three core PwC lines of service: tax, advisory and assurance.



June 2014 

Strategic Thinking -- Cover story in Consulting magazine

Consulting magazine produced a cover story on PwC's combination with Strategy&.  According to the article, "PwC's move to acquire Booz & Company and create the Strategy& co-brand is bold, shrewd and just may be the game-changing move the consulting profession's been waiting on for a long time." Read the full article here.


Bob Moritz, PwC US Chairman, talks to the Wall Street Journal about millennials in the workplace

PwC's U.S. chairman and senior partner Bob Moritz joined WSJ's Sara Murray to discuss the firm's recent study outlining the role of millennial women in the workplace and the challenges facing the next generation of leaders. Watch the video broadcast here.


April 2014 

PwC Ranks #5 in Top 50 Companies for Diversity

PwC US was ranked #5 on DiversityInc's 2014 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list. The firm ranked in the Top 10 on three of DiversityInc's speciality lists: #3 in Recruitment & Retention; #1 in Employee Resource Groups; and #3 in Mentoring. To view the ranking, click here.


January 2014 

Ten Consecutive Years on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For List

PwC ranked in 65th place on Fortune's list of the Top 100 Companies to Work for in America and marked the firm's tenth consecutive appearance on the list. Highlighted this year was the firm's commitment to its people, innovation, talent recognition and a focus on flexibility. To view the ranking, click here.


PwC US Advisory Leader's Executive Outlook for 2014

US Advisory Leader Miles Everson sees continued growth ahead for the firm's Advisory practice, which focused on consulting, deals and forensics services. " is no surprise to us that our Advisory practice continues to make great strides in the market, as evidenced by our strong profitable growth and numerous external accolades, including over 25 reports from industry analysts that confirmed our leadership position across a number of segments where we compete." Read the full article here.


July 2013 

A Best Company for Multicultural Women

PwC ranked among Working Mother's "Best Companies for Multicultural Women" from 2005 to 2013. The 2013 article says "In two smart new campaigns, this audit, tax and advisory services firm highlights challenges facing diverse women and Latino professionals, providing advice from multicultural executives and staffers who have reconciled their own upbringings with the need for self-­promotion and outspoken leadership in the business world." Read more here.

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PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) LLP (Consulting Practice)

300 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (646) 471-4000
Fax: (813) 286-6000


Major Office Locations

  • New York, NY (HQ)
  • Network of member firms with 83 offices across the US; offices in 157 countries

Key Financials

  • 2013 Revenue: $1,200 million

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