PricewaterhouseCoopers, the largest accountancy firm, has announced the admission of 53 new UK partners.
The appointments will be effective from 1 July and cover a variety of areas including: Assurance & Business Advisory Services, Management Consulting Services, Tax & Legal Services; Financial Advisory Services; Business Process Outsourcing, and Global Human Resource Solutions.
The move follows the appointment last week of senior partner Kieran Poynter.
Poynter interview, page 6.
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