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March 9, 2011

PwC named top accounting firm for diversity

PwC has been named the top accounting firm for
diversity in 2011, in a list compiled by research organisation
DiversityInc.

The firm ranked third, on a list of 50
companies, moving up three places from last year’s rankings.

Other firms on the top 50 list include: Ernst
& Young (5th), Deloitte (8th) and KPMG (29th).

The survey of 535 companies examined four
areas: CEO commitment, human capital, corporate and organizational
communications and supplier diversity.

“The global economy is so deeply integrated
that there are even more compelling reasons for practicing
diversity,” PwC US chairman and senior partner Bob Moritz said.

PwC offers various programmes to encourage
diversity in the workplace, including mentorship programmes for
women, cultural orientation programmes and a China sourcing
initiative for recruits interested in starting their careers in
Hong Kong and China.

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