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PwC appoints partners and directors

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) firms in Belgium, the Netherlands, Slovakia and the UK have appointed 78 partners and directors.

In Belgium, PwC admitted Gerard Cops, Patrice Delacroix and Christoph Zenner as partners of international tax, financial services and indirect tax respectively.

Patrick Mortroux and Damien Walgrave are appointed partners in audit and assurance.

PwC Netherlands admitted two new partners and eight directors in its advisory practice, two partners and 12 directors in its assurance practice, and two partners and two directors in tax and human resources. PwC Netherlands now has 268 partners.

PwC Slovakia appointed Juraj Tucny as an assurance services partner.

Tucny joined PwC Slovakia in 1997 and currently works with consulting clients and engagement teams on complex IFRS accounting issues across the whole Central and Eastern European region. He leads a team of specialists in accounting financial instruments and employee benefits according to IFRS.

PwC UK has made the highest number of appointments, adding 38 new partners.

PwC UK chair Ian Powell said the firm is committed to recruiting more than 1,000 graduate entrants in the coming year.

All appointments are effective this month.


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