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PwC bolsters Bristol practice with three new directors


PwC is pleased to announce the promotion of three new directors in its Bristol office, outside of its usual promotions round in July. 

The extra investment in the team reflects the firm’s strong growth, driven by demand for services including transformation, deals, and environmental, social and governance (ESG).

The firm has also made a further 25 promotions to senior manager, manager and senior associate level in the West, and eleven in Wales. Investing in its people is key to PwC’s strategy for growth in the regions.

The new directors in PwC’s Bristol office are:

  • Jignesh Mistry, Risk

  • Max Potter, Deals

  • Steven Plant, Consulting

John-Paul Barker, PwC’s market leader for West and Wales, said:

“Congratulations to all of our new promotees across Wales and the West of England, especially Jignesh, Max and Steven, who have been promoted to director. Investing in talent is key to how we at PwC grow sustainably and build the strong, diverse teams that clients want to work with.

“The extra promotions round is well-deserved; our newly promoted colleagues have proved their expertise as they create value through deals, make clients more resilient and help clients address major challenges like digital transformation, all against a backdrop of major, generational issues: the pandemic, climate change and regional inequality.”


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