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Partner shuffle for PwC Leeds

Roger Marsh has been appointed senior partner in PwC's Leeds office, taking the mantle from Paul Nixon, who has been made national leader for mid-cap companies

PWC IN LEEDS has a new senior partner, as Roger Marsh has been appointed to lead the 700-strong office.

He succeeds Paul Nixon, who has taken up the role of national leader for mid-cap companies, and will continue to be based in Leeds.

Marsh joined the firm in 1976 and was made partner in 1988, working in sectors including audit and insolvency. He remains northern leader of the government and public sector practice, a post he has held since 2009, as well as sitting on the UK firms Supervisory Board.

He said: “As a key region for business investment, Yorkshire has a significant role to play as we all seek to recover from the current economic conditions. I am keen to raise the profile and impact of local business as the backbone of a prosperous regional and national economy.”

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