PwC France and Francophone Africa Corporate Foundation
The PwC France and Francophone Africa Corporate Foundation for Culture and Solidarity was created in June 2007. By participating in its creation, its founding members wanted to mark the desire of the entire French PwC audit and consulting network to support major national cultural events.
They also wanted to show their 4,000 employees and the 12,000 companies that they are PwC France’s roots in the social and cultural life of our country. As a reminder, in parallel to that action for culture, the PwC Foundation also supports important social projects by directly financing its staff’s charitable endeavours and through partnerships with associations and NGOs.
In financially backing the creation of this new exhibition, the members of the Foundation, particularly its Chairman Bernard Gainnier, are proud to be able to contribute to French companies’ commitment to our country’s artistic and cultural activities, as authorized by the French law of 1 August 2003 on corporate patronage.
PwC carries out value-generating audit, accounting and consulting assignments for its clients, prioritizing a sectoral approach. More than 208,000 people in 157 countries throughout the PwC network share their innovative ideas, expertise and perspectives to identify relevant solutions and recommendations. In France and Francophone Africa, PwC employs more than 5,000 people in 23 countries.
In the South & Monaco region, the 300 PwC employees in the Marseille, Montpellier, Nice and Monaco offices offer multidisciplinary services to large groups and mid-sized companies, ranging from financial audits to more specialized services (IPO support, financial communications, IFRS, internal control, consolidation, mergers & acquisitions, organizational and information systems consulting, etc.), in conjunction with the law firm PwC Société d’Avocats, a member of the international PwC network.