Three new partners reflect PwC's commitment to lead and influence the business debate in New Zealand

Tuesday 28 June 2011, 2:07PM
By PwC

PwC welcomes three new partners to its New Zealand firm. This brings the number of full equity partners to 113.

PwC’s Chief Executive Officer Bruce Hassall says “we’re focused in leading and influencing the business debate in New Zealand and our growth reflects our objective to best serve our clients’ requirements. Ultimately, our people are our main asset to make this happen.

“We continue to invest in our people’s professional and personal career, and the admission of our latest new partners – Pip Cameron, Scott McLiver and Nathan Wylie – will ensure we strengthen our position as the leading professional services firm in New Zealand,” concludes Mr Hassall.

Here’s a snap-shot of PwC’s three new partners:

Pip Cameron is based in PwC’s Auckland office and will continue her leading role in providing assurance services to the Energy sector for PwC nationally. Pip has more than 14 years experience in the energy, manufacturing and service industries specialising in audit and regulatory assurance for private and public sector clients. She has strong relationships with key businesses in New Zealand for whom she provides business solutions to their complex organisational issues.

Scott McLiver is based in PwC’s Auckland office and as part of the Private Client Services’ team provides accounting, tax and business advice to privately owned businesses. Scott has over 11 years experience with PwC. Having been a small business owner, Scott understands the challenges faced by small and medium enterprises in New Zealand. His specialist skills in management reporting, budgeting reporting, and cashflow forecasting enable him to assist privately owned businesses improve their performance.

Nathan Wylie is based out of PwC’s Christchurch office and provides assurance services to a wide range of South Island businesses. Nathan uses his strong audit background in the retail, consumer, technology and manufacturing sectors to provide practical assurance advice and solutions to public and private businesses. He has more than 12 years of experience at PwC New Zealand and the United States and is strongly committed to the Christchurch rebuild.