PwC Has 53 New Partners Across China Hong Kong Taiwan And Singapore

Strengthening the firm's commitment to the region PricewaterhouseCoopers the multinational professional services network has announced the admission of 53 new partners across its firms in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore during the past year.

PwC China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore work together on a collaborative basis. With the addition of 53 new partners, the strength of that collaboration is now about 760 partners.

Of the 53 new partners, 29 are based in mainland China, 16 in Hong Kong, 3 in Taiwan and 5 in Singapore. Seventeen new partners are with the Assurance practice, 18 in Tax, 17 in Advisory and 1 in Human Capital. In terms of gender, 18 of the new partners are female.

"I would like to congratulate the newly admitted partners for their hard work, dedication and tremendous commitment to providing an excellent standard of service. The admission of new leaders will play a significant role in shaping the future direction of our practice, and I look forward to their continued contribution to PwC," says Simon Tsang, PwC Human Capital Leader for Asia Pacific.

The new admissions further enhance PwC’s ability to continue to provide a wide range of professional services to meet the growing needs of clients and build on the firm’s leading position in the region.

Around 2,800 new graduate recruits will join the firms in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore in the coming months. Approximately 2,200 will be based in mainland China and Hong Kong


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