Nally named global chair of PwC

by David Jetuah

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17 Mar 2009

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Dennis M Nally has been elected chairman of the PricewaterhouseCoopers International Network for a four-year term beginning on 1 July 2009.

PwC member firms worldwide ratified the selection of Nally by the PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Board.

Nally said, 'I am honoured that I have been chosen and gratified by the confidence that PwC member firm partners around the world have shown in me at this challenging time for our business and for the global economy. I am confident in our ability to help our clients manage through the recession and prepare for the recovery ahead.'

Nally has served as the Chairman and Senior Partner of the PwC United States member firm since 2002 and is a member of the global PwC Network Leadership Team and chair of PwC's Network Strategy Council.

Samuel A DiPiazza, the current global chairman said last November he was retiring after a 35-year career with the firm. Recently, he led an extensive review of PwC's global structure, which resulted in significant enhancements to the global Network that were implemented in late.

Nally will continue to serve on the PwC Network Leadership Team along with his successor as chairman of PwC US; Ian Powell, chairman of PwC UK; Silas Yang, chairman of PwC China Hong Kong; and Hans Wagener, chairman of PwC Germany.

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