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A change of ownership for PwC’s global mobility tax and immigration services business

A new home for global mobility, but supporting clients with people-related needs remains at the heart of our business

To meet our clients’ evolving mobility needs and offer them an integrated digital experience across the entire talent mobility ecosystem, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) and PwC have announced an agreement under which CD&R will acquire PwC's Global Mobility Tax and Immigration Services business. 

Building on the strengths of PwC’s people and expertise in this domain, while benefiting from the strategic and operational support of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, the new business will focus on developing and innovating tax and immigration services, in its position as a leading global mobility service provider. 

Our teams, people and technology will continue to serve clients without disruption in the coming year. During this time, PwC will work closely with Clayton, Dubilier & Rice to transition the global mobility and immigration services business, ensuring the same outstanding quality, strong relationships and excellent service levels that they are used to.

Dedicated to people. Committed to the future. 

People, and therefore workforce-related issues, are at the heart of building trust and creating sustained outcomes for our clients. People-related services hence remain a key element of PwC’s overall strategy. We remain at our clients’ side to help them untangle their organisational and people challenges and turn them into real opportunities. Combining our strategic knowledge and hands-on implementation experience. 

PwC clients will continue to have access to a broad range of people-related capabilities: executive remuneration, rewards, employment taxes (and R&D and IP incentives), pensions and employment law services (e.g. restructuring projects, social inspections, privacy) and HRM consulting. Moreover, we’ll continue to focus on all people-related aspects of deals, transformation (digital or otherwise) and the broader evolution of Environment, Social and Governance criteria. As such, we’re committed to supporting clients in all their workforce-related issues, and will of course continue to provide all other tax, consulting and audit services as we do today.

Together, we continue to help clients deliver the sustained outcomes and value they’re looking for. Blending human ingenuity, passion and experience to create people solutions fit for tomorrow. It’s part of our new global strategy, The New Equation.

 

Patrick Boone

Managing Partner, Tax & Legal Services, Brussels, PwC Belgium

+32 477 61 80 72

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