‘Don’t get distracted by what you can’t control,’ says PwC’s Global Chairman Bob Moritz
He has seen the India growth story from close quarters. Bob Moritz, who has been visiting the country for more than three decades, remains upbeat about what lies ahead for the country. The 59-year-old Global Chairman of PwC, who joined the professional services network in 1985, likes what is being done on digitisation in India and believes that the country’s talent pool is impressive. That said, the current global uncertainty means a new role for the country in the world order. The PwC veteran says that India has to make a mark for itself in this new global framework. In a freewheeling chat with Business Today’s Krishna Gopalan, Moritz outlines his views on inflation, disruption, China, ESG and, of course, India.