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PwC Middle East will also open a new flagship office in Riyadh, which will include an experience Centre in 2024. (MISA)
  • PwC Middle East said in a statement that the headquarters in Riyadh comes as part of its broader commitment to the region to create 6,000 new jobs.
  • Saudi Arabia's regional headquarters program requires companies to establish headquarters in the kingdom by 1 Jan 2024.

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia — PwC Middle East inaugurated its Middle East Regional Headquarters in Riyadh on Wednesday after receiving the regional headquarters license from the kingdom’s ministries of Investment and Commerce.

PwC Middle East said in a statement that the headquarters in Riyadh comes as part of its broader commitment to the region to create 6,000 new jobs and continued investment in digital technology and environment, social and governance capabilities (ESG).

PwC Middle East will also open a new flagship office in Riyadh, which will include an experience Centre in 2024. The office would be the firm’s technology and innovation hub, the statement said.

The regional headquarters program is an initiative commissioned by the Ministry of Investment and the Royal Commision of Riyadh City (RCRC) requiring companies to establish a headquarters in the kingdom by 1 January 2024.