PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC merges with Indian tax practice

PwC merges with Indian tax practice

PwC India merges with Indian based RSM

The tax practices of RSM
and
PricewaterhouseCoopers
India
will merge from 1 April 2007 and will operate under the common brand
of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The combined operations will have more than 4,000 people across different
offices in India, with Rathin Datta continuing as chairman and CEO.

Dinesh Kanabar, deputy managing partner, RSM will be the chairman of the
combined tax practice, reporting to Datta.

Rathin Datta, said: ‘It is all about talent, resources and scale. With the
service sector growing at a rapid pace, it is natural to combine strengths and
consolidate. I am extremely happy about this merger. The synergies will enhance
the delivery capability of PricewaterhouseCoopers.’

Further reading:

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