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PwC: Carol Sawdye Returns
September 23, 2012
Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
PwC US announced recently that Carol Sawdye will return to PwC and join its U.S. Leadership Team as Chief Financial Officer and Vice Chair. In her role as PwC’s CFO, she will report to U.S. Chairman and Senior Partner, Bob Moritz, and will be responsible for PwC’s financial projections and preparation of its financial statements and related budgeting activities.
Sawdye is a CPA, licensed to practice in NY. She received her B.S. in accounting from the University of Virginia and her MBA, with specialization in international business and corporate finance, from Columbia University. She and her husband reside in New York City.
In her role as PwC’s CFO, she will report to U.S. Chairman and Senior Partner, Bob Moritz, and will be responsible for PwC’s financial projections and preparation of its financial statements and related budgeting activities. She will also oversee functional groups within finance, including partnership taxation, treasury, internal audit and real estate. Sawdye succeeds Mike Burwell, a Vice Chair, who has taken on the role of U.S. Transformation Leader and will continue as a member of PwC’s U.S. Leadership Team.
Moritz comments on the new appointment:
“With her prior experience serving clients as a PwC partner and her leadership roles with Skadden and the NBA, Carol brings us the best of both worlds,” he said. ”She understands both our firm partnership culture and the challenges our clients and other stakeholders face in the complicated market conditions of today’s world. We welcome the external perspective she will bring and the value that will create for our stakeholders and our firm.”