The partners of PricewaterhouseCoopers are pleased to announce the appointment of three new partners, effective 1 January 2016.
“Our aim is to further strengthen our position as the preeminent professional services network, with PwC professionals providing a full suite of services in the areas of assurance, advisory and tax, to the private and public sectors in Jamaica and the broader Caribbean,” says Leighton McKnight, territory leader, PwC Jamaica.
Carolyn joined PwC in 1997 and has amassed a wealth of experience in assurance and business advisory services. She will drive the growth and development of existing and new risk assurance service offerings in Jamaica and the PwC Caribbean region. In addition, Carolyn will focus on data analytics and other niche areas of internal audit and risk advisory services, such as enterprise risk management, fraud and forensics, and business continuity planning
Damion joined PwC in 1997 and has worked in both the assurance and tax practices across a wide range of industries, including financial services, manufacturing, distribution, retail and tourism. Damion’s appointment is integral to the firm’s plans for the development and expansion of the tax practice in Jamaica and across the Caribbean region. He provides advice to various clients on a wide range of Jamaican tax matters, including direct and indirect tax compliance, personal and estate planning, indirect and international trade taxes, and cross-border structural and transaction planning.
Gail joined PwC in 2000 and has worked with companies across a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, banking, agriculture, distribution and government. Gail also has experience assisting clients with successful debt offerings in the United States. In her new role, Gail will lead a number of assurance engagements and will continue to provide assurance services to some of the firm’s key clients