PwC appoints technology partner

PwC appoints technology partner

Jass Sarai is named technology partner at PwC, succeeding Barry Murphy

PWC HAS NAMED Jass Sarai as its lead partner of technology for the firm.

Sarai, who joined the firm from university, is assurance partner and has worked in the firm’s Birmingham, Boston and London offices, in various technology roles.

He succeeds Barry Murphy who will continue as tax partner at PwC. Previously Murphy worked as both the lead technology and tax partner. He will now focus on tax.

Sarai said: “There are exciting times ahead in the technology world and I’m looking forward to leading the PwC team to help clients take advantage of the changing economic conditions, shifting customer behaviour patterns and technological advancements.”

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