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PwC Nigeria admits new partner

By Guardian Nigeria
09 August 2022   |   3:20 am
PwC Nigeria has announced the direct partner admission of Olusegun Zaccheaus to lead the firm’s strategy and practice in the west market.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

PwC Nigeria has announced the direct partner admission of Olusegun Zaccheaus to lead the firm’s Strategy & practice in the west market.

According to a statement, Zaccheaus has about 15 years’ experience in advising clients primarily in financial services, telecommunications, consumer market and public sector.

The statement explained that his experience in financial services covers banks, fintech, insurance, capital market players, development finance institutions and regulators.

He has built deep competence in topics including corporate strategy, growth strategy, digital strategy, group restructuring and macroeconomic, among others.

In his remark, Country Senior Partner (CSP), PwC Nigeria, Uyi Akpata, said: “As we achieve our firm’s strategy in the new financial year and delivering on The New Equation, I am excited to welcome Olusegun Zacchaeus to the PwC team. Zaccheaus will bring his diverse perspectives, expertise and skills to create a sustained impact on our clients and our firm, as a leader in our community of solvers in our Strategy business.”

Also, Partner and Head, Advisory Services, PwC Nigeria, Femi Osinubi said: “I am confident his wealth of experience in the financial services sector will be a valuable asset that will contribute to maintaining PwC’s market leadership as a leading professional services firm in Nigeria.”

Similarly, Partner and Head, PwC Strategy& South Africa, Pieter Crafford added, “We are excited to be driving the PwC Strategy& brand in Nigeria with Olusegun Zacchaeus. He will bring with him a vast amount of experience to support our clients and team members in navigating strategy and digital transformation related opportunities.”