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PwC appoints new head of investigations

Andrew Gordon appointed head of investigations at PwC's forensics practice

Andrew Gordon is the new head of the investigations group within the UK
forensic services practice of
PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Gordon has spent 15 years as a forensic accountant, and has been involved in
high profile cases including investigations into Holocaust victims’ funds at
Swiss banks and European insurers.

He has also assisted companies to respond to investigations by the FSA,
Securities and Exchange Commission, the SFO and the US Department of Justice.

Gordon will report to Andrew Palmer, who was recently appointed head of the
forensics practice.

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