PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) US chairman
and senior partner Dennis Nally has been chosen to succeed Samuel
DiPiazza as global network chairman in July.

Dennis Nally, PricewaterhouseCoopersNally has led the
US firm since 2002, is a member of PwC’s network leadership team
and chairman of PwC’s network strategy council. He has been elected
for a four-year term.

As chairman, Nally will continue to serve on
the network leadership team alongside the chairmen of PwC US, PwC
UK, PwC China and Hong Kong, and PwC Germany.

“I am honoured that I have been chosen and
gratified by the confidence that PwC member firm partners around
the world have shown in me at this challenging time for our
business and for the global economy,” Nally said.

Nally joined PwC US in 1974 and became a
partner in 1985. Prior to being elected US chairman, he served in a
variety of leadership and client services positions.

Recently, Nally led an extensive review of the
network’s global structure, which resulted in changes to the
management structure.

“The structural changes we implemented last
year will give our clients better access to our best resources and
knowledge, and will allow the PwC network to recruit and develop
the best talent around the world,” he said. “It will also help us
achieve more consistent quality throughout our network.”

Nally is a member of the American Institute of
Certified Public Accountants and serves on the board of the US
Chamber of Commerce.

PricewaterhouseCoopers is the largest
professional services network in the world with a global combined
fee income of $28.2 billion and a workforce of more than 155,000
people.