PwC Names Nora Wu Global Human Capital Leader
PwC announced today that Nora Wu has been named Vice Chairwoman and Global Human Capital Leader for PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited.
Ms. Wu took up the position effective July 1, 2014. Ms. Wu. is currently PwC Shanghai Office Senior Partner and Central China Markets Leader. She also serves as a Human Capital Leader for PwC in the Asia Pacific region and as a member of the regions executive leadership team.
“Nora Wu brings to her new role a depth and breadth of experience that are critical to the continued success and growth of PwC,” said Dennis M. Nally, Global Chairman of PwC International. “Her background in managing the need for talent in a rapidly expanding economy will be invaluable in sustaining our global people strategy.”
Ms. Wu was trained as a tax partner and she has extensive consulting experience in international business and taxes, human resources and other issues. She has advised multinational companies across a broad range of industries in establishing their China investment projects, providing consultation on tax, business, M&A and human resource issues, including holding structures, market entry and exit strategies, and business expansion and restructuring.
She is a regular speaker at a wide range of business conventions and seminars on various business and leadership-related topics.
Ms.Wu succeeds Dennis Finn, who is retiring from PwC to take up the role of CEO of the advisory business at WorleyParsons, a global engineering services company.
More information about Nora Wu is available at pwc.com Our leadership team.
Photos of Nora Wu are available at http://press.pwc.com.
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