PwC Announces Changes to Leadership Team

New York-based PwC (FY12 net revenue of $10.2 billion) has announced creation of two new leadership roles. Dana Mcilwain, who has served as advisory leader responsible for the U.S. firm’s consulting, deals, and forensics services, will assume the new role of services leader. Tim Ryan, who has served as assurance leader, will assume the new role of markets, strategy, and stakeholders leader. Vin Colman, previously the firm’s East region vice chair, will now lead assurance practice and Miles Everson, previously financial services advisory leader, will now lead the advisory practice. Gary Price, previously the firm’s market MP in Greater Atlanta, will succeed John Carter, who will retire in June 2014, as the firm’s chief administrative officer and partner affairs leader.