“Our new leadership team reflects a diverse range of experiences, perspectives and innovative ideas, which are critical to the success of our clients and our growth ambitions for the future,” says Nicolas Marcoux, PwC Canada’s incoming CEO. “Each leader has a successful track record of building strong, collaborative teams and leveraging their market expertise and relationships to deliver value for our clients and communities. As a new leadership team, we are focused on, and committed to, working together to bring the best of PwC to our clients to help solve their most important problems.”
Chris Dulny, Chief Innovation Officer. Chris will lead and bring to life our innovation agenda with our people and clients, in this new role. He brings a wealth of experience and relationships from the Canadian and global innovation, startup, technology and emerging tech spaces. Chris will leverage these strengths and insights to help deliver innovative new solutions in the marketplace and transform the way we work. Learn more about Chris.
Kristian Knibutat, Chief Operating Officer. Kristian will provide strategic oversight of the firm’s national operations, including IT, risk, Independence Office, Office of General Counsel, and strategic mergers and acquisitions. He will leverage his extensive business acumen, stakeholder relationships and experience to maximize the firm’s operational strength as our business and workforce continues to grow, innovate and evolve. Learn more about Kristian.
Lana Paton, National Managing Partner, Business Units. Lana will oversee our Assurance, Tax, Consulting and Deals business units. She will work closely with her business unit leaders to bring the full strength of our people and innovative services to the marketplace. Lana’s extensive leadership experience, passion, innovative approach and commitment to exceptional client service will be key as we strive to make a difference to the success of our clients. Learn more about Lana.
Alaina Tennison, Chief Financial Officer. Alaina will provide strategic oversight of our firm’s financial matters and business planning activities. Her extensive market experience and relationships in the assurance, regulatory and policy spaces will be valuable in helping our clients and our firm successfully navigate the evolving business landscape, employ best practices and make strategic investments for the future. Learn more about Alaina.
Matthew Wetmore, National Managing Partner, Industries and Regions. Matthew will oversee our industries, market segments and regional offices. He is a collaborative markets-focused leader who has a strong track record of delivering strategic advice and practical, value-add solutions to clients. Matthew will work with our industry and regional leaders to drive growth and strategic investments in innovative services to address evolving market trends and needs. Learn more about Matthew.
At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. More than 6,700 partners and staff in offices across the country are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax, consulting and deals services. PwC Canada is a member of the PwC network of firms with more than 236,235 people in 158 countries. Find out more by visiting us at www.pwc.com/ca.
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