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Former PwC partner joins Northumbrian Water as non-exec

Paul Rew takes up a non-exec role at FTSE 250 company Northumbrian Water

Former PwC partner Paul Rew is recruited to a non-executive role at water
supply business Northumbrian Water.

Rew is a chartered accountant and was most recently a partner at PwC from
1987 to March this year. He previously led the firm’s energy, utilities and
mining divisions and latterly worked in it’s sustainability practice, becoming
renewables head.

He is currently non-exec of the Met Office and the Sustainable Development
Commission as well as chair of its audit committee.

Sir Derek Wanless, chairman of Northumbrian Water, said: “We are delighted to
be welcoming Paul, who brings first class finance skills and experience and
particular expertise in sustainability.”

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