PricewaterhouseCoopers has named Pat Newberry as the new chairman of its UK
financial services regulatory practice.
Newberry will replace John Tattersall who retired as a partner in June after
34 years service to the firm. He will remain a consultant to PwC.
London-based Newberry will lead a team of 150 in PwC’s regulatory advisory
practice. He is presently UK head of private sector consulting at PwC with
responsibility for building PwC’s new consulting business in the private sector.
He has been with PwC 32 years, and has 20 years’ experience advising
financial services clients.
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