PracticeConsultingPrince Andrew recruits PwC for performance review

Prince Andrew recruits PwC for performance review

Prince calls in PwC to test how good he is at his job

Prince Andrew has called on the services of PricewaterhouseCoopers to test
how good he is in his role as the UK’s international business ambassador.

PwC will conduct a review to test his effectiveness as the UK’s special
representative for international trade and investment, as he bids to be more
effective in the role.

The prince is paying for the six month study out of his own pocket, according
to the
Sunday
Times
.

PwC will ask 30 business and political stakeholders their views about his
role, reports the paper.

Further reading:

Read
the Sunday Times’ story

Powell gets PwC senior partner
nod

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