EU digital Identity: why it makes sense and the challenges ahead

Will our physical identification documents such as identity cards or passports, soon be a thing of the past? More and more, we make online transactions or use mobile devices that require our fingerprints or our eyes to access services or travel. That seems to be only the beginning of a …

Measuring ESG performance with data analytics: the Private Equity case

Raising this type of question is of growing importance. The last few years have seen a growing public interest in the role business plays in society, and that will only grow in the future. The fact that ESG is reshaping the European Private markets landscape, with all of the industry’s …

The importance of materiality when assessing sustainability risks

There is no one single definition for sustainability risks but most experts  agree on two facts: sustainability risks aren’t simple to address and the scarcity and reliability of data to assess them are a common issue. According to the SFDR (sustainable finance disclosure regulation), “Sustainability risk means an environmental, social …

How to use community-based structures to foster collaboration in the workplace

Launching any kind of community-based structures, for instance a thematic community, is a major investment for any organisation. What are the benefits? At PwC Luxembourg, we are proud to host a vibrant UX Community. This is what this article is precisely about: telling you the story of why we did …

How this changing world is shaping our learning experience

Lately we’ve been hearing and reading the sentence “change is the only constant” a lot!  As we know, this saying is bigger than just the context of the pandemic. It’s also tied to speedy technological developments and modern life itself and brings with it the need for trust—among us, in …

Our People’s Christmas and New Year’s Wishes (All I want for)

Christmas, without any doubts, has a different meaning to all of us.  The jolly season is the best time of the year to some; others think that Christmas without presents—and present shopping stress—is inconceivable. But there is also this bunch of folks that praise the feelings of love and kindness …

Employee experience, a quick guide to boost your people’s engagement and performance

With a resurgent drive to work from home, plethora of new tools being constantly introduced and the great resignation in full swing, employee experience (EX) is top on most if not all organisations’ agendas once more, and it will remain a priority in 2022 and likely beyond.  Organisations face fresh …

Three questions when unlocking banking data for intelligent use

In the past few years, most banks have come to understand that if data is the new oil for companies, then it just might be the new gold for them. Following this, most banks also realise that it will take Artificial Intelligence (AI) to unlock that data gold. Sounds pretty …

This is what you need to know about the EU Whistleblower Protection Directive

We all know the whistleblower Edward Snowden – there’s even a movie about him! Or this other thriller with Keira Knightley, what was it called? Oh right, “Official secrets”. And recently there was this lady, Frances Haugen. We certainly do see a lot of whistleblowers in the news and their …

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