David Trunkfield is UK hospitality and leisure leader for PwC. His expertise includes corporate and business unit strategy development, particularly in an evolving regulatory environment, commercial due diligence, vendor assistance and strategic planning.
David has prepared a number of gaming thought leadership publications and featured in trade press and the national and international press. He is also a regular speaker at industry conference
Liz is head of research for Hospitality & Leisure at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She has worked in the tourism sector for over 30 years, joining PwC in 1999. Prior to that she initiated and developed the research capability of several hospitality and leisure consultancies. She is an acknowledged expert in the sector and has authored numerous publications. At PricewaterhouseCoopers this includes launching the flagship journal Hospitality Directions Europe in January 2000 which includes an analysis of hot topics and as a part of this publishing a twice yearly forecast of hotel performance in the UK.
David specialises in helping companies and their main creditors to find solutions when there is financial stress in the business. His teams will assess the options available to limit the loss of value for creditors and identity the best way of preserving the value of the business...
Julie Clark leads the sport and leisure practice at PwC in the UK and is a member of the Global Hospitality & Leisure practice. She has a wealth of experience in the sector advising a wide range of organisations, Governments and funders on investment opportunities in major events, capital projects and sport and leisure entities.
Ian heads PwC’s work with charity clients, coordinating its work across PwC’s different lines of service. Ian is passionate about the charity sector and spends his time ensuring that PwC supports its charity clients to the fullest extent possible.
Ian is a Chartered Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and has been working in the charity and social purpose sector since 1998, often working with charities operating at a deficit or in financial difficulty, seeking recovery or restructuring solutions. In recent years, much of Ian’s work is now with charities looking to develop their strategy and/or manage their risks.