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PwC Isle of Man is delighted to announce a number of promotions across their advisory, assurance and actuarial practices with effect from 1 January 2022.
The promotions include one newly promoted senior manager, Amy Whitty. Amy joined PwC in 2014 as a trainee with the firm’s audit practice, in 2019 she moved to the firm's advisory line of service to provide business recovery services. Amy supports clients with insolvency and corporate simplification, working to deliver sustainable outcomes for all involved.
Two newly promoted assurance managers are Belinda Madovi and Solomon Kithinga. Belinda joined the Isle of Man firm in 2019, which saw her rejoin PwC having started her career as a trainee with PwC Zimbabwe. Solomon relocated from PwC Kenya to join the Isle of Man firm in 2020.
Left to right, top to bottom: Adam McAuley, Amy Whitty, Belinda Madovi, Christy Ashley, Eleanor Kelly, Francesca Moretta, Grace Nuwamanya, Kevin Kelly, Solomon Kithinga.
A further six promotions have been made at senior associate level: Adam McAuley (Actuarial), Christy Ashley (Assurance), Eleanor Kelly (Assurance), Francesca Moretta (Actuarial), Grace Nuwamanya (Assurance) and Kevin Kelly (Actuarial).
Nick Halsall, Territory Senior Partner, said: ‘I’m very pleased to announce these well deserved promotions and congratulate them all. The achievements of these individuals highlight the multidisciplinary skills we have at PwC, as we bring together a diverse community of solvers to deliver purpose-led, high quality solutions to our clients. I’m proud that PwC is a great place to grow a career and make an impact.’
PwC recently launched their new strategy, The New Equation, with a planned local investment of £1.5 million over the course of the next five years and a focus on helping their clients build trust and deliver sustained outcomes.
Nick Halsall added: ‘It’s an exciting time at PwC as we embark on our strategy, The New Equation, and it is a combination of our people, our investments and our commitment to quality which will help us solve the most important challenges faced by our clients and Isle of Man businesses.’
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