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Marco Amitrano succeeds Kevin Ellis as next UK senior partner at PwC

Marco Amitrano has assumed the role of Alliance Senior Partner for PwC UK and Middle East, commencing July 1, 2024, for a four-year term.

Currently serving as Managing Partner and Head of Clients and Markets at PwC UK, Marco brings a wealth of experience to his new role. With a tenure as a partner since 2005 and contributions to the Management Board since 2016, Marco has held pivotal leadership positions including Head of Consulting for EMEA and Global Head of Risk Assurance Services.

Throughout his 32-year career at the firm, Marco has been dedicated to leveraging technology and driving transformation. He’s collaborated with PwC’s largest global clients on intricate, strategic change initiatives. In his current position, Marco has led efforts to maximize technology’s benefits for clients, working closely with PwC leaders globally. He’s also been a strong advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion, notably supporting initiatives like the neurodiversity network.

“It’s a huge privilege to have been elected Senior Partner and have the mandate to lead our people. In an era of profound change, I want to ensure we stay ahead of the curve without losing sight of what makes PwC special for our people and our clients. I’d like to thank Kevin Ellis for his exemplary leadership over the last eight years and his commitment to our people and clients.” said Marco Amitrano, PwC UK Senior Partner-elect

“Marco is a fantastic leader, with deep understanding of our business, our markets and the challenges our clients face. As part of my management board, I have seen the creativity and sound judgment he brings to complex situations, and the importance he places on the firm’s values. The partners have made the right choice in the leader for PwC’s next chapter.” Kevin Ellis, Senior Partner at PwC UK added.

Looking forward to his tenure, Amitrano emphasized three key priorities: prioritizing technology, clients, and leveraging PwC’s global network. “In a time of significant change, my aim is to keep us at the forefront of innovation while preserving the unique qualities that make PwC invaluable to our team and clients.” he said

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