Windaus takes PwC working capital role

by Kevin Reed

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22 Jan 2014

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WORKING CAPITAL expert Daniel Windaus has joined PwC as a partner.

Windaus has spent more than 15 years working on finance consulting, including terms at Alvarez & Marsal and The Hackett Group. He joins PwC after spending five years at REL Consultancy.

He will serve in the Big Four firm's deals business unit and focus on private equity.
The appointment is a boost to working capital team head Robert Smid, who has grown the team quickly since joining two years ago. Windaus' appointment is expected to see the unit contribute £10m in revenues in two years' time.

"As we emerge from the recession into growth, there is more pressure than ever on firms to improve their working capital. We are delighted to welcome Daniel on board to tackle this issue head-on," said Smid.

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