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PwC re-opens its doors in St Lucia

PwC has opened an office in St Lucia, five years after its previous operations on the island joined Grant Thornton.

The Big Four firm said the move to open a new office was a sign of its confidence for significant growth potential in the region. 

PwC Caribbean CEO Frazer Lindsay said: “We are very excited to be re-opening our doors in St Lucia. Being here, in my view, is about creating and implementing a sustainable strategy that can help our clients to grow their business.

“As PwC in the Caribbean continues to grow, we felt that this was the right time to re-establish a full service office in St Lucia. We see the potential for expansion and we are eager to engage with our existing clients as well as the wider business community.”

PwC East Caribbean territory leader Michael Bynoe added: “Our focus is to continue to build relationships and offer solutions to our clients here, based on our understanding of the St Lucian market place. We can offer global solutions with a local touch so that they our clients can get ahead of the business curve.

“We see potential for growth in a number of areas and we are excited to be back in St Lucia. By providing industry expertise and insight we want to help our clients solve important problems and create value for their shareholders, their people and the wider community.”

 

By Mishelle Thurai 

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