Articles - PwC announces insurance partner admissions

 PwC has admitted five new partners to its insurance practice, effective 1 July 2012:

  •   Ben Flockton: focused on working with insurance clients on indirect taxes
  •   James Quin: leads in the capital markets, accounting advisory and structuring group; he advises insurers on corporate strategy, investor communications and internal/external analysis and reporting.
  •   Lee Clarke: an audit partner with expertise in life, non-life and reinsurance. He has worked with a number of multi-national insurance companies during a 12 year career with PwC.
  •   Paul Pannell: due to start a three year secondment to PwC Japan where he will be leading two major insurer accounts.
  •   Reeken Patel: leads the firm’s actuarial mid-tier and London Market team. He has expertise in the fields of M&A and Risk & Capital from having worked closely with London Market clients over the past 12 years.

 Mark Stephen, UK insurance leader at PwC said:

 “I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Ben, James, Lee, Paul and Reeken to the partnership. These appointments will continue to strengthen our insurance practice and reflect our commitment to technical expertise and delivering strong client service.”

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