PwC names new Caribbean region CEO
PwC has appointed a new head for the Caribbean area.
Frazer Lindsey has been appointed CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers Caribbean region, which includes Bermuda, replacing Bermudian Darren Johnston, who will move to another role in the professional services firm.
Colm Homan, chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers Caribbean Region, said: “Frazer will bring a sharp clients and market focus to the role and a strong commitment to the development of our people.”
He added: “Darren has been an integral part of PwC's growth and success across the Caribbean and we thank him for his contributions.”
Mr Lindsay, who is based in the Cayman Islands, will coordinate operations in the area, which includes the Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, the East Caribbean, Jamaica and Turks & Caicos, as well as Bermuda.
He has already served in a number of regional senior posts, including coordinating the assurance practice in the Caribbean and also worked at territory senior partner in the Cayman Islands.
Mr Johnston added: “I am confident that Frazer's leadership will further strengthen PwC's market-leading position across the Caribbean.
“We have a sound strategy in place and the leadership and teams to make it work.
“I'm proud of what we've accomplished together and excited about the future of PwC in the Caribbean.”
Arthur Wightman, the head of PwC Bermuda, will continue in his role, which also includes serving as market leader and insurance leader in Bermuda and across the Caribbean.
Mr Wightman said: “I look forward to supporting Frazer as we continue to drive our growth strategy forward and deliver exceptional value to our clients, people and communities.
“It has been a great pleasure to serve under Darren's leadership as CEO over a term that has seen the transformation and alignment of seven firms around common goals and aspirations.”