PwC Channel Islands strengthens assurance and tax services with manager promotions

Posted: 26/03/2013

Michal Chmielewski-PwC Marius de Jager-PwC PwC Channel Islands has announced two manager promotions in its Jersey office, further strengthening its assurance and tax capabilities.

Marius de Jager has been promoted to Assurance Manager. He first joined PwC Jersey in July 2012, having previously lived and studied in South Africa, graduating from the University of Pretoria in 2005. He has international experience having worked for another large accountancy firm in South Africa, and has a special focus on government entities, real estate, the IT sector and private equity. In his spare time, Marius enjoys playing rugby and cricket.

Michal Chmielewski, who becomes a Tax Manager, joined PwC as a trainee in 2006. Working across PwC's tax compliance and advisory business areas, he has particular expertise in working with banks, fiduciary firms and investment houses. As well as providing tax compliance and advisory services, Michal has recently been involved in a number of anti-money laundering projects. He holds a Masters degree in Business Management and enjoys squash, yoga and hiking. He also took part in the ‘PwC 3 Peaks Challenge' in 2012, which raised over £15,000 for charity.

Brendan McMahon, Senior Partner, PwC Channel Islands, said:

“It's great to be able to recognise the abilities, achievements and future potential of people already within our teams and give them an opportunity to progress in their careers, and I congratulate Marius and Michal on their promotions. We are committed to maintaining our focus on strengthening our teams' capabilities with internal promotions, so we can continue to support clients with the highest possible level of service in what is a persistently challenging business environment.”

Pictured: Marius de Jager (left) and Michal Chmielewski (right)

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