Cautious European real estate investorslook for a mix of healthy occupier markets and new asset classes as the sectoredges towards end of the cycle – ULI/PwC’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2019

The hunt for secure long-term income is driving European real estate investment as the industry hedges against potential interest rate rises and an uncertain geopolitical backdrop, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe 2019. The annual report, published jointly… Read moreCautious European real estate investorslook for a mix of healthy occupier markets and new asset classes as the sectoredges towards end of the cycle – ULI/PwC’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2019

Global companies could release €1.3 trillion from working capital to increase capital investment

€1.3 trillion could be released from the balance sheets of globally listed companies if they take steps to address working capital efficiency, according to the findings in PwC’s latest report Navigating Uncertainty: 2018 Annual Global Working Capital Study. The report… Read moreGlobal companies could release €1.3 trillion from working capital to increase capital investment

PwC study identifies over 65 ways blockchain technology can fix global environmental challenges

● Blockchain applications could disrupt how the world manages environmental resources, helping to drive sustainable growth and value creation ● This opportunity remains largely untapped by developers, investors and governments as the majority of projects are currently focused on areas… Read morePwC study identifies over 65 ways blockchain technology can fix global environmental challenges

The average wages in private sector increased by 6.4% in 2018, according to PwC’s PayWell survey

The overall private labour market salaries in 2018 were slightly higher than the planned levels. Nationwide, salaries increased by 6.4% higher than the planned adjustment (5.7%), according to the 20th edition of PayWell Salary and Benefits Survey conducted by PwC… Read moreThe average wages in private sector increased by 6.4% in 2018, according to PwC’s PayWell survey

Romania might be the second Member State, after the Czech Republic, to apply the generalized reverse charge mechanism

ECOFIN (Economic and Financial Affairs Council of the European Union) has recently decided that EU Member States “most affected by VAT fraud” will be able to apply, by 30 June 2022, under very strict technical conditions, the generalized reverse charge… Read moreRomania might be the second Member State, after the Czech Republic, to apply the generalized reverse charge mechanism

The reverse-charge mechanism for supplies susceptible to fraud was extended until 30 June 2022

The Council of the European Union adopted, on the 24th of September 2018, the prolongation of the period for the application of the optional reverse charge mechanism for supplies of goods and services susceptible to fraud. The same document approved… Read moreThe reverse-charge mechanism for supplies susceptible to fraud was extended until 30 June 2022