|Digital & Data|
|Digital Forensic Experts||5|
|Financial Advisory and Valuation|
|Corporate Tax Experts||4|
|Quantum of Damages||10|
|Restructuring & Insolvency Experts||11|
|Asset Recovery Experts||9|
|Digital Forensic Experts||1|
|Quantum of Damages||2|
|Total listings in WWL: Consulting Experts 2018||60|
PricewaterhouseCoopers boasts an excellent reputation in the market, achieving 60 listings across seven chapters in this year’s edition. The London-headquartered “Big Four” accounting firm boasts one of the world’s largest professional service networks and continues to expand its impressive global reach, now housing 236,000 professionals across 158 countries. PwC performs particularly well in our survey of forensic accountants in the investigations space, achieving 17 nominations across its offices. Among them are Jennie Chan who tops our forensic accountant listings in the Canadian market, and Kevin Kreb who also ranks prominently for his top-tier practice.
Our research also reveals PwC’s strength in the financial advisory and valuation space, with a number of experts highlighted for their outstanding work consulting on quantum of damages, corporate tax and corporate restructuring matters. Key individuals at the firm include Jaime Carvalho Esteves and Leendert Verschoor in Portugal, who impress market sources with their expertise on taxation issues.
A number of professionals also boast multiple areas of expertise. Simon Conway is recognised for his first-rate work in the asset recovery and restructuring fields while Timothy Allen’s financial expertise lends him an excellent reputation in the areas of forensic accounting and quantum of damages.