PwC appoints new Midlands chairman

PwC appoints new Midlands chairman

PricewaterhouseCoopers has appointed Mark Smith as its new Midlands chairman.

PricewaterhouseCoopers has appointed Mark Smith as its new Midlands chairman.

Smith, previously head of assurance at PwC LLP in the Midlands, will lead
2,000 staff in Birmingham, Milton Keynes and Castle Donington.

He takes over from David Waller, who headed up the firm in the region for
more than five years.

Smith said: ‘I feel passionate about taking on this role, which will enable
me to work closely with the regional business community to get an even deeper
understanding of the challenges they are facing.’

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