Andrew Nevin has expressed his optimism about the Nigerian economy.
PwC says the pandemic poses a risk to the AfCFTA, but but leaders can turn it into an opportunity for stronger collaboration.
PwC has predicted that oil-producing African countries will lose an estimated $1 trillion in oil export revenues over the next 20 years.
To truly diversify from oil and create proper value, agriculture must give birth to an industry.
Tola was the PwC Africa Tax Leader and Deputy Country Senior Partner for PwC Nigeria.
This year, the topics discussed at the workshop were determined by the participants.
The Big Four firms now reportedly generate the largest portions of their revenues from consultancy services.
A ranking of which audit firms earned the most of 25 of the largest companies on the NSE.
In Nigeria, deposit money banks are required to keep 65% loan to deposit ratio.
Dr Andrew Nevin, Chief Economist of PwC, disclosed that the remittance inflows into the country show that Nigeria depends largely on the diaspora to survive.