PwC and KPMG to exist Russia as Goldman Sachs mulls Dubai staff move

Mark Battersby
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Global accountancy firms PwC and KPMG said on Sunday evening (6 March) that they would be closing their offices in Russia amid the accelerating war in Ukraine.   And in a report by Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs was said to be looking at moving some of its Moscow-based staff to Dubai, according to people with knowledge of the matter.  Writing on LinkedIn, PwC's global chairman Robert E. Moritz said: "We all continue to be shocked and horrified by the senseless war that the Russian government is inflicting on Ukraine and its people.  "Our main focus has been helping our Ukrainian colleagu...

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