MARK WILLIAMS has left the World Bank to become a partner in Deloitte’s economic consulting practice.
Williams will focus on telecoms clients in his new job at the Big Four accounting firm.
Williams was at the World Bank for five years and previously Frontier Economics for six years. At the World Bank he led the team designing the bank’s strategy for African broadband infrastructure.
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