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PwC appoints 38 new partners

PwC continues to invest in the practice with the appointment of 38 new
partners today. The firm has appoint 19 others during the course of the year.

Ian Powell, UK senior partner and Chairman, said: “We continue to recruit and
promote talent focused on delivering outstanding service based on our clients’
needs. Both the partner promotions and new partner recruitment reflect our
strategy of building the broadest and deepest range of specialists.”

In the last reported result PwC posted a 0.2% rise in revenues for the year
ending June 2009. The latest results are due in the next few weeks.

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