PracticeConsultingPwC appoints 53 new partners

PwC appoints 53 new partners

Big Five firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has announced the admission of 53 new UK partners.

The new partners will begin their new roles on 1 July and will represent 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 new senior partner Kieran Poynter, who took over from Peter Smith.

Commenting on the appointments, Poynter said: ‘The admission of these new partners demonstrates the continued success of the firm and our confidence in the future.’

Across the globe, the firm admitted 600 individuals as partners, bringing the total number of PwC partners worldwide to more than 10,000.

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