PwC US has appointed former White House trade
negotiator Harry Broadman as its advisory practice managing
PwC US said Broadman will serve as chief
economist leading the emerging markets, governance and
international investment and trade practice.
Broadman previously worked at global
consultancy firm Albright Stonebridge set up by the former US
secretary of state Madeleine Albright and national security advisor
Sandy Berger during US president Bill Clinton’s administration.
Broadman has also worked as the assistant US
trade representative at the World Bank, as chief of staff on the US
president’s council of economic advisers and was also the US Senate
Committee On Governmental Affairs chief economist.