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March 31, 2010

PwC Czech Republic appoints local MD

Jiri Moser, PricewaterhouseCoopers Czech RepublicJiří Moser
has been appointed managing partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
Czech Republic.

Moser is the first Czech native to head PwC Czech Republic and
will take over from Stephen Booth, who is retiring after three
decades with PwC.

“My aim is to make use of the biggest global advisory network in
the world, of our experts’ competences and knowledge and of our
balanced service portfolio to be number one on the Czech market,”
he said.

Moser has been leading partner of advisory
services at PwC Czech Republic since 2006. He will keep this
position despite being made managing partner.

Risk management roots

Moser began working for PwC in 1994 when he
joined Coopers & Lybrand in Prague. At this time, he focused
more on consultancy in the fields of risk management and
performance improvement.

Moser became partner in 2001 and was a leader
of the performance improvement group in Prague, focusing on
process, organisational and financial improvement for companies in
all industry segments.

He was a leader of the performance
improvement business unit in Central and Eastern Europe in 2002 and
in 2006 Moser became PwC’s advisory leader in the Czech
Republic.

Moser has a Ph.D. in scientific computations
from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University,
Prague.

He is a member of the Association of Chartered
Certified Accountants and Certified Information Systems
Auditor. Moser is married with three children.

 

 

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