PwC Business School in Zambia

15 September 2014

PwC Zambia announced the launch of the PwC Business School on 20 February 2014 in Lusaka, Zambia. The PwC Business School provides distinctive opportunities for professional learning and development tailored for directors, executives and managers, other PwC clients and PwC employees. Nasir Ali, the PwC Zambia Country Senior Partner, officially opened the PwC Business School during a transfer pricing seminar attended by a wide range of executives from the Zambia business community.

The PwC Business School draws upon the international experience of PwC experts to deliver a wide range of business insight and knowledge-based programmes on topics like corporate governance, corporate reporting and accounting, tax planning, industry-specific issues, sustainability and integrated reporting. The PwC Business School is not an academic institution, such as those offering MBA degrees, but it provides professionals in Zambia with many of the skills and core competencies that they need to reach their full potential.

‘From the feedback we received following our transfer pricing event, it was clear that our clients are looking forward to what our PwC Business School has to offer,’ said Mr Ali. ‘The PwC Business School in Zambia plays a pivotal role enabling our clients and people to address the various issues that they face. We expect to tailor our course offerings to suit the requirements of Zambia’s business community as well as government professionals and our own people.’

Nasir Ali | PwC Zambia Country Senior Partner
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