PricewaterhouseCoopers voted Best Islamic Consultancy
4 March 2010
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) was voted “Best Islamic Consultancy” at the Islamic Finance News Awards Poll 2009 presentation ceremony last night.
PwC Global Islamic Finance Leader Faiz Azmi received the award on behalf of PwC. Faiz leads the PwC Global Islamic Finance Team whose members are located in Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, London and Bahrain and have been providing services in the strategy, IT, tax, audit and Performance Improvement work to Islamic Finance entities globally.
“This win is recognition by the market of PwC's contribution to this new area of finance. The award is all the more significant as it was voted on by Islamic Finance practitioners globally,” said Faiz.
According to the Islamic Finance News (IFN) website, the annual IFN Poll recognises the best providers of Islamic financial services across a series of markets and sectors as voted by its readers, who include Islamic finance issuers, investors, non-banking. A total of 45 categories were contested in the Islamic Finance News Poll 2009.
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