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PwC Luxembourg is the largest professional services firm in Luxembourg. We provide audit, tax and advisory services. Our firm provides advice to a wide variety of clients from local and middle market entrepreneurs to large multinational companies. Although we mainly serve clients with operations in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, their reach is often international and, therefore, the impact of our business (especially in terms of legitimacy and ethics, as well as societal impact) goes beyond national borders.

Our purpose, vision and values

The glue that binds our firm together is our purpose, our values and the pro-active manner in which we seek to identify and drive them through our responsible business approach.

Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems - a global, shared articulation of why we do what we do. We see the systems we're part of impacting every individual in society - and they're under strain like never before. We've identified five global megatrends - macroeconomic and geostrategic forces - that are shaping our world and our collective futures in profound ways.

  • Economic systems are grappling with resource scarcity.
  • Capital markets are trying to provide stability in the midst of uncertainty.
  • Governments are struggling to meet the demands of social changes, demographic shifts and globalisation.
  • Technology breakthroughs change how we do business, how we live and how we connect with each other.
  • Climate change is increasingly impacting communities and access to resources.

Our global Vision 2020 focuses on further increasing the quality of our services to give the assurance our clients, the regulators and institutions need to function properly, in a trust-based environment; increasingly expand our reach in emerging economies; developing new services and adapting existing ones to better respond to our stakeholders’ challenges; using technology to transform, disrupt and grow our business.

Our values and behaviours define the expectations we have for working with our clients and each other. Although we come from different backgrounds and cultures across the network, they are what we have in common. They guide how we make decisions, treat each other, and serve our clients. They also hold us accountable to do our best.

Act with integrity

  • Dare to challenge the status quo and try new things
  • Innovate, test and learn from failure
  • Have an open mind to the possibilities in every idea

Make a difference

  • Stay informed and ask questions about the future of the world we live in
  • Create impact with our colleagues, our clients and society through our actions
  • Respond with agility to the ever changing environment in which we operate


  • Make the effort to understand every individual and what matters to them
  • Recognise the value that each person contributes
  • Support others to grow and work in the ways that bring out their best

Work together

  • Collaborate and share relationships, ideas and knowledge beyond boundaries
  • Seek and integrate a diverse range of perspectives, people and ideas
  • Give and ask for feedback to improve ourselves and others

Reimagine the possible

  • Dare to challenge the status quo and try new things
  • Innovate, test and learn from failure
  • Have an open mind to the possibilities in every idea

Our services


Our Assurance group provides assurance on the financial performance and operations of our clients. We can also help businesses improve their external financial reporting and adapt to new regulatory requirements such as report on non-financial data (GRI) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Our audit clients include all major Luxembourg based firms as well as numerous small and medium-sized enterprises.

"Our audit work assures an organisation's stakeholders that their financial statements are presented in a true and fair manner. A large part of the audit work is still manual, but we’re automating our processes to make them more efficient. We use digital tools across the PwC network to make sure the audits of organisations with cross-border operations are coordinated and harmonised. Nevertheless, there will always be a human-being to make professional judgements about the abnormalities spotted through automated testing: this is our added-value as auditors."
Christophe Pittie


Our 700 tax and accounting professionals assist businesses, individuals and organisations with tax strategy, planning and tax advisory services. Our firm also provides tax compliance services.

"Our expertise combines tax reporting, tax audits, due diligence work, development of e-tax reporting and advisory work and it has one common purpose: to improve our clients' tax position and navigate through increasing tax risks. We’re conscious of the current tax climate and the shift in the public sentiment around tax planning. We wish to be proactive, forward looking and we want to change where needed."
Wim Piot


With more than fifty years of experience in the Luxembourg market, solid credentials and a team of more than 400 people combining deep industry knowledge and professional experience, our consultants are best placed to assist our clients in driving their business beyond.

"Our role in Advisory is to help organisations address challenges and solve important problems for their key stakeholders. Companies and financial institutions rely on us to help them comply with new regulations, reach new markets and create jobs. We also help organisations become more efficient, resilient and sustainable by assisting them to reorganise their workplaces and institute improved processes."
Jean-François Kroonen

Corporate Services

Corporate Services include the departments that provide support to the Lines of Services. The functional departments of Firm Services include specialists in the areas of communications and marketing, clients and markets, human resources, IT, facility management, procurement, finance and legal, risk & compliance.

"Corporate Services works like clockwork for the entire firm - they keep the wheels turning. We're proud to help the other departments deliver on their business promises and contribute to embed the Corporate Responsibility strategy."
Patrice Waltzing

Be responsible & diverse

We embrace Corporate Responsibility into the core of who we are and everything we do because it drives our purpose and is vital to the sustainability of our business.

At PwC, we strongly believe that our firm can be successful in the long-term only if we adopt responsible and sustainable thinking into our every-day decision-making processes. But what does this mean in practice?
It means that we should continuously strive to find and create shared value for our clients, our people, and our communities.
It means that we should look beyond the obvious and adopt new lens to recognize the broader range of issues and that are bound to affect our clients.

And this is where our Corporate Responsibility Committee plays a key role. It facilitates this collective process to continuously and systematically embed sustainable and responsible behaviour.

We understand that today people want to embody their personal values into every aspect of their life. They want firms that respect their values and ethics, and are actively involved in making the world a better place.

Our duty is to engage in responsible business; to promote diversity and inclusion; and to make a difference in the communities we're part of.
We want to be known as a firm that does the right thing and is a catalyst for positive change.
Getting there depends on each and every one of us… and with more than 2,500 people we are bound to have an impact.

  • Strategic intents
Strategic intents
  • Four pillars

Our Corporate Responsibility focuses on four pillars where we can make relevant and significant contributions: Responsible Business, Diversity & Inclusion, Community Engagement, and Environmental Stewardship.


We believe diversity incorporates all the characteristics that make us both alike and unique - our backgrounds, cultures, nationalities, lifestyles, identities, points of view, approaches to solving problems, ways of working, and views of personal and career success.

At PwC Luxembourg, we...

  • have employees coming from more than 70 different countries, creating a diversified workforce that is critical to our Firm's success and growth.
  • strive to guarantee that everyone has an equal opportunity to enter and advance in our organisation.
  • are committed to ensuring women have the opportunity to build a rewarding career.

Women represent half of our People at a global level and 26% of the partnership. Although great progress has been made to help women climb the corporate ladder, we have an ongoing engagement for an even more balanced future. It is dedicated to the Men&Women Committee who shares information, knowledge and favourable practices to improve the retention and the promotion of women at PwC.

Explore our offices

Crystal Park

    Crystal Park - a smart office building

Our commitment to sustainability becomes even clearer when looking at our new building. Extending across 30,000m2 in the ban de Gasperich, Crystal Park incorporates the latest advancements in sustainable architecture and building practices. Completed in 2014, it has earned high standard certification for environment-conscious design.

Features include: efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and lightening technology, internal flows management, use of sustainable building materials, waste-management scheme, sustainable providers' selection, a 20ha urban park, and alternative mobility solutions. (i.e.: car sharing, carpooling tool, etc.)

    Crystal Park is not only a new building: it's a firm and a People story

What's most important to us is that our People work at a place where they can feel comfortable and be connected.

Crystal Park was conceived with this idea in mind - a clear vision of people working together -, so there are conference and seminar rooms, as well as a lot of informal meeting areas.

We consciously decided to go for a building that expands horizontally rather than vertically. By using footbridges, staircases and lifts, our People can meet quickly and easily. The space in Crystal Park is open and promotes staff circulation.

We've also reexamined the technology we use to foster mobility and flexibility. We provided all our People with iPhones and designed office hoteling apps to book and allot workspaces on an as-needed basis. We also adopted the Follow-me printing solution, which allows users to print documents on any printer across the firm, while reducing our paper consumption by 20%.

We want to be a welcoming employer, so we designed what we believe are fantastic facilities for our People. The 1,000m2 Atrium can be described as the heart of Crystal Park where everybody can get together. There's also a wellbeing centre, a restaurant, a bar and an auditorium.

    Putting the environment at the heart of Crystal Park

We wanted to pioneer real and practical ways of saving energy. By moving into Crystal Park, we managed to reduce our carbon emissions substantially.

Concretely: we consume nearly 50% less energy/m2 than in the past.

Crystal Park meets the most stringent environmental standards. Using natural materials was a top priority for us. A structure of glass and wood covering the entire building lets through a maximum of natural light and helps us reduce our energy consumption.

When you think of green technologies, recovering the heat from your datacentre isn't necessarily the first thing that comes to mind; but doing exactly that has given us a real low-carbon alternative to traditional energy sources, covering one third of our heating needs.

In addition, we've developed our commuting solutions - initiated in 2010 - including fleet of electric vehicles, carsharing and carpooling platform. We also provide every employee with a JobKaart and pay 50% of the annual fees for their M-Pass (Mobilitéitspass) to encourage the use of public transport.


If you are part of internal IT, Compliance or Audit and Tax support teams, you will be located in a new office, H2O, also in the Gaasperich quarter. This new premise promotes and features modern, comfortable and connected workplaces, enclosed meeting rooms, client rooms, new coworking spaces and coffee corners.

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Live our culture


Staff Day

Have you ever wondered what it's like to bring together 2,850 People in ONE event? Then check out our Staff Day!

This is a milestone event every year. The Staff Day is the ultimate get together for all our people, putting forth values and themes like fun, conviviality and above all, team spirit. It's a reward for the work carried out by our People.

  • Christmas market

Christmas market

The PwC Christmas Market is one of the most famous corporate events in Luxembourg, getting more successful every year!

If you fancy the taste and smell of delicious seasonal specialties, as well as "X-mas spirit", you'll love this event! The Christmas market gathers our staff-members' families, as well as clients and alumni, giving them a unique opportunity to enjoy Christmas together.

  • Management meeting

Management meeting

The management meeting follows the yearly nomination of new Partners, Directors and Managers (PDMs).

During this annual event, all the PDMs gather and discuss the major axes and pillars of our Firm's strategy, both on business and human capital levels. It's also the occasion to celebrate achievements and to connect with colleagues, as well as to congratulate the newly promoted members of the management team.

Group meeting

Group meetings enhance the communication between our People and the management team.

Staff members and their leading partners come together exchange information about the Firm's strategy for the following period. Usually followed by a social activity, this event is a great chance for employees to interact with partners on different subjects regarding the firm.


We owe our success to our people - present and past. In other words, to you. In return, we've created this network as a valuable resource for you.

You've shared some special moments with us during your time at PwC and we're now happy to welcome you in our Alumni programme. Although your day-to-day connection to the firm has changed, you're still part of the community and thus can access the expertise, knowledge, talent, and diversity you enjoyed while being here.

And more...

There are many ways to chill out with your colleagues: Spritz parties, art exhibitions, coffee corners and so on.


We're aware that a healthy work-life balance is crucial to the personal and professional development of our People.

The PoP, "People of PwC", proposes regular events and advantages to our employees. The activities are divided into three main domains:
PoP clubs: Here you can join several teams like biking, football, badminton, golf, running, squash, etc. The Pop clubs organise championships, tournaments, bike tours...
PoP smart: The "PoP smart" team makes the daily life of our employees easier by providing access to the following services: travel agency, box office, flower delivery, cleaning, car wash services, gift boxes, discount in more than 500 shops, restaurants, sport and wellness centres located in Luxembourg and the Greater Region.
PoP out: The "PoP out" focusses on events like the ski weekend, "Happy Hours", bowling, karting, theatre, cinema, concerts and many other activities all through the year.

You are free to join one of these clubs for sharing good times.

10 small things to make PwC fun

  • Video games in coffee corners

    Video games in coffee corners
  • Billard tables

    Billard tables
  • Baby-foot

  • Outside Bar

    Outside Bar
  • Beauty salon

    Beauty salon
  • Library

  • Mondays@Mudam


With just few small things, we have the ambition to make PwC a great place to work, for great People.

Living in Luxembourg

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Facts and Figures on Luxembourg

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a very small country of 82 km from North to South and 57 km from East to West, located in the centre of Western Europe. It represents the heart of an area called the Greater Region. This geopolitical region has been created to promote cultural and economic exchange between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the border regions of its neighbouring countries: Belgium, Germany and France. This community of interests is characterised by a huge number of commuters. It actually represents the highest number and density of commuters in the European Union.

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg welcomes a large amount of foreign residents: 48% of its population is not Luxembourgish, which translates into more than 170 different nationalities living in Luxembourg. The largest communities are Portuguese (16.4%), followed by French (7%) and Italians (3.5%). Despite this cultural diversity, the country has never experienced any intercultural tension and is one of the safest countries in the world. It also appears in the Top 10 of developed countries enjoying the highest quality of life.

A multitude of structures are available on the territory of Luxembourg City with more than 40 child care centres.

Public schools are free of charge in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. School attendance is compulsory for children from the age of 4 years to 16 years with an optional year of nursery school from the age of 3 years.

In addition, Luxembourg offers various private schools, as well as international schools. The international schools and the Waldorf School have their own evaluation and certification system. They're part of the private education system and do not receive subsidies from the state. Here are the seven private establishments for secondary school:

Postsecondary and university education is covered by the University of Luxembourg.

Even if the size of Luxembourg is limited, you can find all travel accommodation you need throughout the country. The bus, train and motorway networks are well developed, and the International Airport offers a variety of destinations that enable you to travel around Europe and worldwide in a very convenient way. You can even travel by boat on the Moselle.

From 2017 on, Luxembourg will start to build up a light-rail system in the capital to improve the local traffic. The tram will connect the main station with the city centre, the Kirchberg and the Cloche d'Or.

The Luxembourg International Airport is located in Findel, at 6 km North from Luxembourg City. This is the only commercial airport of the country it has flights towards most of the European cities and capitals. A low-cost airport exists as well at the German border and offers many cheap flights to destinations in Europe and beyond.

The CFL (Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois) operates all around the country. It also has daily liaisons with Belgium, Germany and France. Luxembourg has a connection with the French East TGV, which links Paris in 2 hours 5 minutes only.

Working in Luxembourg

Work permit

As part of the European Union, Luxembourg welcomes all European Union and European Economic Area citizens to live and work in the country without further authorisations.

However, if you come from a third party country and if you want to stay and work for more than three months, you need to apply for a residence and/or work permit.

For more information on the residence and work permit procedures, have a look at the website of the Luxembourg Government:

Enjoying Luxembourg

City of culture

Discover a great variety of cultural attractions in Luxembourg:

City for clubbers and shoppers

Whether you're a shopper or a clubber, you will always find things to enjoy in Luxembourg. Find out what the city offers each week:

City of sports and nature

In terms of sport, "d'Coque" is well known for its professional infrastructures in the city centre. For those looking for a more relaxed atmosphere, thermal baths facilities also exist around the country and have a wide range of Spa programmes.

Luxembourg is also famous for its top quality golf courses and its variety of cycling and walking paths. A wide range of outdoor activities can be practiced all around the country, thanks to the great diversity of the countryside.

In addition, in a few years there will be a new national stadium built from 2017 on between Kockelscheuer and the Cloche d'Or. The stadium will exclusively host sport events and will meet the international standards for football and rugby.

A new Park & Ride with 2,000 places will appear next to the stadium and Crystal Park.

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