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Professional-services firm PwC has taken on three new partners.

Matthew Clarke is to become a partner in the company's asset management and banking practice, while Scott Slater will specialise in tax services.

And Robert Stanier will join PwC from its US arm in regional risk assurance practice, leading governance, risk and compliance for Bermuda, the Caymans and Turks & Caicos.

Arthur Wightman, PwC leader for Bermuda, said: “These appointments reinforce our strong commitment to deliver value and quality to the industries we serve and broaden the expertise we bring to our clients.

“We are investing in the risk assurance practice to enhance our capabilities to meet the changing regulatory and risk landscape businesses we are dealing with in Bermuda and globally.”

He added: “We congratulate Bob, Matt and Scott on their appointments.

“We are confident that as our newest partners they will help drive profitable growth and enhance the overall value that we bring to our new and existing clients in the Bermuda market.”

Mr Stanier, who will take up his new job at the start of next month, was director of risk management and compliance at PwC US, looking after strategic enterprise and operational risk management.

He will work with the PwC Bermuda advisory team to deliver data analytics, cybersecurity and forensics services.

Mr Clarke, who has worked with PwC on the island for 16 years, will work with asset management leader Scott Watson-Brown, focusing on banking and investment business.

Mr Slater has been a member of the PwC's international tax services group since joining PwC from its Chicago office in 2005.

A US tax specialist, Mr Slater advises clients on US and international tax accounting, planning and compliance.

Matthew Clarke
Scott Slater
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Published June 16, 2016 at 9:00 am (Updated June 15, 2016 at 8:54 pm)

PwC names three new partners

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