PwC adds six new partners to the Transactions practice partnership
The PwC member firm in the Middle East has welcomed six new partners to its Transactions practice.
“Congratulations on this incredible career milestone,” said Antoine Abou Mansour, a Riyadh-based partner and 25-year firm veteran who leads PwC’s Transactions practice in the region.
“Our new partners bring deep transaction capabilities, from strategy to execution, across industries spanning government and public sector, healthcare, life sciences, education, real estate, projects infrastructure and investment and financial services.”
With PwC since: 2019 (at the start of his career, he worked at PwC for five years)
With PwC since: 2012 (including two years with Amanat)
With PwC since: 2018 (formerly EY and KPMG)
With PwC since: 2015 (formerly KPMG)
With PwC since: 2008 (transferred from PwC UK team in 2017)
Yazan Al Shouly
With PwC since: 2020 (ex-Deloitte)
While all six partners are male, Abou Mansour took to LinkedIn to point out that PwC actively supports initiatives that support the advancement of female talent within the deals practice. “This includes our Deals Female Director referral program. which is designed to help our directors grow as leaders by having sponsor partners who provide guidance on personal and professional development and future growth opportunities.
PwC’s Transactions practice provides advice in areas such as corporate finance, acquisitions, divestitures, private equity investments, IPOs, and business restructuring and takeovers.
According to ConsultancyME’s 2022 Best Advisory Firms in the Middle East rankings, PwC is the region’s top M&A advisory firm.
Globally, the Transactions practice has more than 13,000 professionals working in more than 100 offices.