Accountancy firm PwC has continued to invest in the region with the appointment of three directors, eight senior managers and 15 managers.
The three director promotions are made from the firm’s assurance, deals and consulting practices.
In assurance, Stephen Patey, who celebrates his 20th anniversary with PwC later this year, will to continue to service both private and public sector organisations. He will take on an important role providing support to entrepreneurial companies and private businesses in the region.
Matthew Bambery becomes a director in deals (transaction services). Matthew has worked in the West & Wales practice for six years and has led a number of financial due diligence assignments, working with both corporates and financial buyers across a variety of sectors.
Ian Evans, now a director in consulting, leads a series of high-profile transformation programmes across the region, predominantly with local government clients. He specialises in whole organisation transformational change including operating model design, process improvement and performance management with a keen focus on making sure clients achieve the financial and non-financial benefits they are seeking.
PwC regional chairman Rob Lewis said: “As the UK’s leading professional services firm, we continue to invest heavily in the future as we grow our business.
“Our strategy has been to promote a team of talented directors and management that are able to meet the range of challenges facing businesses in the region today.
“These promotions add a further distinctive dimension to the services we are able to offer businesses. Progressing through to director in these difficult times is a testimony to the exceptional abilities of the individuals and the commitment of the firm to support our continued investment in the region.”