PwC has appointed Richard Sexton, Robert Swaak, Agnès Hussherr and Georg Kämpfer to the network’s global leadership team.
Richard Sexton, who is currently PwC UK’s head of reputation and policy, has been appointed as vice chairman of global assurance and as a member of the network executive team.
In his new role Sexton will focus on building PwC’s network’s global assurance practice, with particular emphasis on quality, regulatory matters and trust in the profession and the broader financial markets.
Robert Swaak has also become part of the executive team and was appointed as vice chairman of global clients and markets.
As vice chairman of global clients and markets, Swaak will be responsible for co-ordinating PwC network’s strategy across regions and industries.
Swaak was previously based in Amsterdam until June 2013, where he was the senior partner of PwC Netherlands.
Additionally, Agnès Hussherr has been appointed as global diversity leader. Based in Paris; Hussherr is a client relationship partner in assurance with clients in the banking industry.
Hussherr will focus on bringing more diversity throughout the PwC network.
Georg Kämpfer has been appointed as global regulatory leader.
In his new role Kämpfer will be concentrating on the regulatory sphere globally as well as in Germany.
PwC chairman, Dennis Nally, said: “I am delighted to welcome Richard Sexton, Robert Swaak, Agnès Hussherr and Georg Kämpfer to our global team. They have already made a big impact at PwC and are now taking on new challenges.”