Why did you choose PwC? After graduating in Law and starting the legal profession, my desire was to enter an international reality that operated in an integrated and multidisciplinary way and deal with contracts. PwC represented all of this.
Can you tell us about the most challenging project you have participated in?
It is difficult for me to identify a single project, as I have had the great fortune to follow numerous projects in PwC. Despite the pace of work and tight deadlines, thanks to the projects I have followed I have been able to develop transversal skills and to compare myself with many colleagues in the national and international practice, increasing my ability to coordinate a work team. Every negotiation, every project represents a new challenge and valid opportunities for discussion and exchange of knowledge.
What makes you proud every day of the choice you made? What I appreciate about PwC is the attention to people, the inclusive culture, the corporate values, the international dimension, the positive environment that allows individuals to express their potential to the fullest in compliance with our purpose "to build confidence in society and solving important problems". What I love about my job is its challenging nature, versatility and teamwork, as well as the ability to be able to transmit my enthusiasm, passion and know-how acquired over the years to the most junior resources, contributing to their growth path in the company.
Do you give any advice to those who want to apply to PwC Advisory?
Working at PwC is a constant challenge. Dedication to work, proactivity, enthusiasm, teamwork and problem-solving approach are the qualities sought. Working at PwC, if on the one hand can be a continuous challenge, on the other hand it represents a great opportunity for professional growth as you have the opportunity to follow transversal projects, to develop different skills and experiences in a positive environment that allows individuals to express their potential to the fullest.