PwC announces promotions and welcomes new faces in the MidlandsFollow @PwC_Birmingham
PwC is announcing promotions and welcoming new faces to the Midlands as part of an on-going investment programme to strengthen the firm’s pan-regional team.
Assurance partner, Owen Mackney has moved to the Midlands from the firm’s St Albans office, heading up the region’s Assurance business unit.
David Morris, Daniel Stott and Lucy Redding have been admitted to the partnership. David Morris is a partner in Business Recovery Services, specialising in healthcare. Daniel Stott is an expert in Transaction Services, and is leading the firm’s Financial Decisions and Analysis team, and Lucy Redding is a Tax partner, providing tax advice to a wide range of private businesses and corporates in the East Midlands.
Also within the firm’s Assurance practice, Ed Lunt and Matt Walker have been promoted to directors, working with private businesses in the region. Will Dowsett has been promoted to Tax director within the firm’s private client team, and Leon Keller has been made director in the Corporate Finance team.
PwC is pleased to welcome three further newcomers to the region. Sophie Rooke and Helen Flear join the Midlands team from the firm’s London office. Sophie is a director with over ten years experience advising businesses on capital markets transactions. Helen returns as director in the Business Recovery Services team.
Rob Yearsley also joins the firm as director in the Consulting practice with a specific remit to serve client organisations in the health sector.
Mark Smith, regional chairman at PwC in the Midlands, said:
“I am very pleased to announce these promotions and welcome new faces to the region. These appointments are very much part of our growth plans for the firm’s pan-regional team and they also underline our commitment to providing the best possible service to our clients, by giving them access to highly motivated and expert staff.
“It’s great to see people within our organisation taking the next step in their careers and extending their horizons, and this focus on professional development is vital to our success in the future.”
Some of PwC’s team in the Midlands (l-r) Ed Lunt, Lucy Redding, Matt Walker, Sophie Rooke, Will Dowsett