PracticeConsultingPwC appoints underwater expert to expand its sub-sea services

PwC appoints underwater expert to expand its sub-sea services

Big Five firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has appointed the former head of BT's sub-sea systems to help it advise companies trading in the submarine cable systems market.

Steven Wells has joined the firm’s London-basedFinancial Advisory Services (FAS) Information & Communications practice.

He will advise on all issues relating to companies trading in the submarinecable systems markets.

He will also be responsible for advising banks and otherfinancial institutions involved in this market.

Wells was formerly head of BT’s Submarine Cable Systems Operations, Marine,Cable and Maintenance Engineering. He was responsible for implementation andmaintenance of their sub-sea systems worldwide.

PwC said that the appointment will help it expand its client base in the growingfibre optic cable sector.

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