Thomas Hoehn will work from London and Brussels and will be in charge of PwC’s European economic practice offering clients financial analysis and business economics as well as support in litigation.
Hoehn was recuited from the US based firm Law and Economics Consultancy Group where he was head of its Brussels office.
He has also been managing director of London Economics, the UK business consultancy.
Philip Wright, PwC’s European leader of financial advisory services, said: ‘Thomas Hoehn has two particular strengths that will constitute key planks of our future growth stratey: one is knowledge of the application of economics to corporate advice and complex dispute analysis, the other is the market experience of both US and European business cultures.’
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