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PwC Romania promotes two partners

PwC Romania has appointed Ana-Maria Butucaru and Ruxandra Târlescu partners in assurance and tax and legal services.

Ana-Maria Butucaru has 15 years of experience with PwC Romania. She becomes the financial services assurance leader in Romania representing PwC in front of banking, insurance and capital markets clients and their regulators. Graduate of a Bachelor Degree in Banking and Stock Exchanges from the Academy of Economic Studies, she has an Executive MBA from the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

Ruxandra Târlescu will continue to lead the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry department. She will also act as a corporate tax partner for various clients in other industries. She joined PwC Romania 12 years ago and holds Bachelor and Master’s degrees from the Academy of Economic Studies. She has an active membership role in the Healthcare Committees of the American Chamber of Commerce and the Foreign Investors Council.

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