PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has appointed three partners to boost its global financial services consulting practice:
- Kevin Burrowes, a London-based partner, rejoins PwC from Credit Suisse where he was head of finance for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Prior to Credit Suisse, Burrowes was a partner holding audit and consulting roles at PwC and was the UK finance services consulting leader at IBM. He will be responsible for further developing and deepening PwC’s senior client relationships at its major banking and capital markets clients, as well as advising chief financial officers (CFOs) in the financial sector on building highly effective finance functions.
- Steve Davies, based in Edinburgh and London, returns to the UK after 10 years with PwC in the US and will be responsible for leading the UK retail banking network. During his time in the US, he focused on consumer banking clients and took over leadership of the firm’s consumer finance group. In his new role, Davies will work closely with PwC’s network teams in Europe, the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan and Australia, to leverage relevant local market experience and support.
- Wolfgang Rieder, a Switzerland-based partner, rejoins PwC from Bank Vontobel where he was head of transaction banking services and external asset management services. Prior to this, he was a partner at PwC in Germany and Switzerland and held senior roles at IBM Business Consulting Services. Rieder rejoins the firm as financial services leader in Switzerland. In addition to this role, he will lead the firm’s financial services advisory practice for EMEA.
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