(Toronto, November 21, 2017)--PwC Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Diane Kazarian as the Greater Toronto Area’s (GTA) new Managing Partner, as of January 1, 2018.
For more than 25 years, Diane has been serving a broad base of public and private clients at PwC. Since 2012 in her role as National Financial Services Leader, Diane has built a robust practice, leading teams in the banking and capital markets, asset management, insurance, real estate, and private equity sectors. She is also very active speaking in conference and media on topics of innovation, notably FinTech, Blockchain, and emerging technologies impacting the financial services sector.
“We’re excited to announce Diane Kazarian as head of PwC Canada’s GTA Practice. Diane has a successful track record of strong leadership and delivering value and success to our clients. Her focus on innovation and working with clients to solve important problems is invaluable in today's rapidly changing world,” said Nicolas Marcoux, National Managing Partner, Montréal office and Major Cities. “In this role, Diane will continue with her great efforts to support our clients and stakeholders, as well as support our people and communities across the GTA.”
Diane, a champion for diversity and inclusion and co-sponsor of PwC Canada’s Women in Leadership program, was a recipient of the Women's Executive Network’s (WXN) Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards. She is also a board member of Bryant University and Kingsway College School.
Diane will continue in her role as National Financial Services Leader.
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