The announcement made by PricewaterhouseCoopers is the plan to craft 800 jobs regardless of a plummet in earnings during an arduous year for trading.
The professional services group announced earnings before tax of £665 million in the year to June, behind by 3% from £688 million, whilst the average expenditure for each of its 820 partners was behind by 2% to £759,000.
The outcome depicts that PwC's revenue rose by 4% to £2.33 billion outshining competitor Deloitte, where earnings lately dwindled by 1% to £1.95 billion. Nevertheless the average yield for partners at Deloitte was superior at £873,000.
PwC put the plummet in profits behind to heavy investment through the year, covering the recruitment of 1,750 staff and 57 new partners, and the crafting of a new fangled eco-friendly office in London.
PwC chairman, Ian Powell expressed that the group was accurate to grasp its nerve and move on to invest, however it also warned that the competition in the UK economy is still going challenging and advocated that the Government to make sure that the nation was observed as open for business.