Robert Moritz Named Global Chairman at PwC

Robert Moritz
Robert Moritz

Robert Moritz,  formerly U.S. chairman of PwC and a 31-year company veteran, has succeeded Dennis Nally as chairman of PwC International.

PwC said Friday it also appointed 10 new leadership team members who will collaborate with Moritz and senior partners Raymund Chao for China, Kevin Ellis for the U.K., Tim Ryan for the U.S. and Norbert Winkeljohann for Germany.

The first-time members of the team include:

  •     Miles Everson – Advisory
  •     Julie Fitzgerald – Priority Services and Critical Markets
  •     Stefan Fruhauf – Project and Change Leadership
  •     Vicki Huff Eckert – New Services
  •     Stephanie Hyde – Middle Market
  •     Dana Mcilwain – Chief Administrative Officer and Global Operations
  •     Richard Oldfield – Global Markets and Services
  •     Carol Sawdye – Chief Operating Officer
  •     Diana Weiss – Global General Counsel
  •     Mary Waldron – Chief Risk Officer

Recurrent members are:

  •     Agnes Hussherr –  Human Capital
  •     Colm Kelly – Tax & Legal
  •     Chris Kelkar – Global Alignment
  •     Richard Sexton  – Assurance
  •     Blair Sheppard – Strategy and Leadership Development
  •     Robert Swaak – Global Clients, Industries and Sectors
  •     Sigal Zarmi – Chief Information Officer

“The whole team is excited to work together to deliver our global strategy and to make a positive difference for all our stakeholders around the world, ” said Moritz.

Check Also

Cybersecurity

Rule Change to Add CMMC Requirements to Contracts Completes Interagency Review

The Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification has undergone an interagency review as part of a rulemaking process needed to make CMMC a part of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

US Navy battleships

Life Cycle Engineering, McKean Defense Win Shared $78M Navy IDIQ for Navigational Tech Support

Life Cycle Engineering and McKean Defense Group have been selected to help the U.S. Navy engineer shipboard navigational equipment under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth potentially $78.3M over five years.