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Crowe Howarth US appoints leadership team

James Powers has taken office as Crowe Howarth US new chief executive officer this week and made two key appointments in the firm's leadership.

Powers was appointed chief executive officer in July of last year, and in taking the position this week he appointed a new chief operating officer, Joseph Santucci Jr., and a chief strategy and innovation officer, Derek Bang.

Previously Santucci was the managing principal of performance consulting services and Bang served as chief innovation officer

In his new role Santucci will oversee the firm's specialised industry groups, the firm's administrative groups and geographic office leaders.

Bang will be responsible for assisting the chief executive officer with developing, communicating and executing Crowe Horwath US strategic initiatives while retaining responsibility for innovation and new solution development.

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