PwC CI Announces Managerial Promotions

Posted: 02/10/2012

PwC CI Guernsey Promoted Managers
PwC Channel Islands has announced that seven staff across its Guernsey and Jersey offices have been promoted to Manager level.

The Jersey office has welcomed three new managers whilst there are four new managers in the Guernsey office of the PwC Channel Islands firm, all of whom have received recognition for their team management skills, commitment to building strong business relationships and their expanding industry knowledge.

The three employees becoming Managers in Jersey work across the Advisory, Audit and Assurance businesses. They are David Fowler, who focuses on banking and private equity and joined the firm in 2008 following a year spent travelling after graduating from university; Phon Siney, who has a particular focus on private equity as well as real estate, trusts and SPVs, comes originally from Thailand and moved to Jersey aged 12; and Rebecca Le Marquand, who works largely with private equity and property unit trusts and joined PwC Channel Islands in 2007 as part of the HEADstart school leavers programme.

The Guernsey Audit and Assurance team also welcomes four newly promoted managers. Bernard Mulally works largely in real estate and private equity and completed postgraduate studies at the University College of Dublin Business School; David Emery focuses on real estate, private equity, trust and litigation funds and joined PwC after graduating from the University of Exeter in 2007; John Cahill concentrates on real estate, hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, trusts and SPVs and completed postgraduate studies at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business; and John Clancy who has a particular focus on banking, private equity and hedge funds, and moved to Guernsey in 2010 from PwC Ireland.

Pictured: New Guernsey managers – (left to right) John Cahill, John Clancy, David Emery and Bernard Mullaly.

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