September 21, 2019

PwC Partners Aren’t Sick of Bob Moritz

They actually like him quite a bit, it seems. You see, while BoMo bros out in Davos, the firm has announced that he has been re-elected as Chairman and Senior Partner of the U.S. firm.

He'll get another four years in his role, unless of course he succeeds Dennis Nally in three years and the firm is forced to find someone from KPMG to replace him.

But that's neither here nor there; he's happy to be Captain of Team USA, "I'm humbled to have earned the trust of my partners to continue to lead our firm in delivering quality service to our clients and creating value for all our stakeholders. For PwC, that importantly includes the capital markets, including investors, our people and our communities."

And trolling the PCAOB, of course.
 
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