PwC India Chairman Sanjeev Krishan has announced a new leadership team across various verticals
According to Money Control report, PwC India Chairman Sanjeev Krishan, who assumed charge on January 1, 2021, has announced a new leadership team across various verticals on January 4, 2021.
Arnab Basu, Advisory Leader, PwC India. In his previous role, he was the Technology Consulting leader for PwC India for the past five years.
Sanjay Tolia, Tax & Regulatory Leader, PwC India. In his last role as the Markets Leader, Sanjay was responsible for driving the firm’s Clients & Industries programme.
Dinesh Arora, Deals Leader, PwC India. Earlier he was working as Partner- Deals since July 2008. Vivek Prasad, becomes the markets leader.
Manpreet Singh Ahuja becomes the Chief Digital Officer. He will be driving the firm’s bold ambition of disrupting its traditional business model, offering a differentiated experience to our customers and teams, and building a digital culture to drive citizen-led innovation.
According to report, there is no change in the audit vertical which will continue to be headed by Vivek Subramanian.
Gautam Mehra, the earlier leader of tax and regulatory services at PwC India, is assuming a new, client-facing role within the firm, Deepankar Sanwalka, the former advisory services leader stepped down from the firm at the end of December 2020, according to his Linkedin profile.
The new chairman has also created a young partners forum which will be represented by Manisha Jain.
Sanjeev Krishan has assumed the charge on January 1, 2021 as PwC India Chairman. Previously, he served as the Deals leader. Sanjeev has been with the firm for 29 years, having joined in 1991 as an articled trainee. He became a partner in 2006 and has successfully led the firm’s Transactions.
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