Norbert Winkeljohann

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J. Richard Stamm
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As Norbert Winkeljohann, Senior Partner for PwC Germany reports, organisations are being more selective in how and where they grow – while at the same time assessing a wider range of growth markets. They’re getting closer to their markets, developing local capabilities and a deeper understanding of local stakeholders. Businesses are also improving their operational effectiveness – balancing cost cutting and value creation. And companies are turning more to partnerships to achieve these goals.

Norbert Winkeljohann
Germany

Norbert Winkeljohann is the Senior Partner of the German firm of PwC. Norbert was elected Senior Partner with effect from 1 July 2010.

He has been a Corporate Tax Partner with PwC Germany since 1994. In 1999 Norbert was appointed Member of the Executive Board of PwC Germany and leader of the business unit "Middle Market" of PricewaterhouseCoopers Germany.

Norbert is a German certified Tax Advisor and Public Accountant, graduated from University of Hagen with a degree in Economics and from International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne. In 2001 he was appointed Honorary Professor of University of Osnabueck. Norbert´s practice mainly focuses on Corporate Finance, International Financial Reporting and Family Businesses.

He is the author of numerous publications about accounting and taxation issues and a frequent speaker at public presentations on various topics.

Norbert Winkeljohann
Senior Partner, PwC Germany
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