PWC is reputed for enabling a culture of tax avoidance among large multinationals. The accountancy firm has been accused of promoting tax avoidance "on an industrial scale" and while this is not technically illegal, the practice of tax avoidance effectively helps large corporations to avoid paying their fair share of taxes to the countries and communities they operate within. Link to source

The 2014 Luxleaks which exposed how hundreds of global companies allegedly avoided paying taxes through secret deals with Luxemborg found PwC tax advisers helped come up with the necessary financial strategies to facilitate these tax deals. Link to source

PWC was also found guilty of helping Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi launder over 100 billion for Iran, Sudan, and Myanmar. These countries were blacklisted by the U.S. for their roles in terrorism or human rights abuses: Link to source

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