PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC shakes up management

PwC shakes up management

PricewaterhouseCoopers' assurance expert Rodger Hughes has been promoted to managing partner of its markets division as the firm prepares to hive off its consulting business.

Hughes, previously head of assurance and business advisory services will coordinate and lead the development and marketing of all the firm’s services in a newly created post.

Glyn Barker, former global head of PwC transaction services, will replace Hughes.

Kieran Poynter, senior partner, said: ‘As we prepare to separate our consulting practice, and against the background of the current regulatory debate, we have reviewed our organisation and management structure. I believe these management changes and our continued market and client focus place us in good stead to drive our business forward and strengthen our position in the marketplace.

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