Ian Powell, the incoming senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, has
announced his management team.
Barry Marshall becomes head of tax, replacing Richard Collier-Keywood, who
becomes managing partner.
Kevin Ellis will take the role of head of advisory, vacated by Powell.
There are no women on the new team. Moira Elms is on Kieran Poynter’s
management board as head of marketing and communications, but will not be part
of Powell’s team.
Richard Sexton remains head of assurance.
James Chalmers takes on a role as head of ‘Strategy and Talent’, while Owen
Jonathan will be General Counsel. Kevin Nicholson will be head of regions, while
Paul Rawlinson heads up markets and Keith Tilson is CFO.
Powell said: ‘The executive board brings together a breadth and depth of
experience and talent. I look forward to working closely with this team to
deliver consistently outstanding service to our clients and to attract, develop
and retain the best people as a part of the team at PwC.
‘There are a number of new roles and individuals on the Board and I believe
the balance of experience, creativity, skill and personality will further
enhance our strategy for growth as we continue to bring innovative thinking to
our clients, invest in our people and support the wider community,’ he added.
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