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PwC: Veteran Systems and Compliance Professional joins firm
July 25, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
John Sabatini has joined the firm as a partner in the Risk Assurance practice and together with his team, he will help risk, compliance and finance organizations conduct testing and assessments using analytical systems and techniques; transform departments to better handle increasing data needs; build dashboards and surveillance systems to allow senior management to focus on highest risk areas; and, assist with data governance needs.
Sabatini is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) who earned his Bachelor of Science in American Politics and Computer Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. In addition, he has earned MBAs at both Columbia Business School, with dual emphasis in Corporate Strategy and Finance, and at Fordham Business School in Accounting.
Dean Simone, leader of PwC’s US Risk Assurance practice commented:
“Having served in industry for the past decade, and with John’s expertise in financial services, healthcare and information technology, we’ll be adding new perspective from a client’s point of view. This will further enhance the services and insights we will bring to bear in addressing our clients’ needs and challenges,” he said. “John’s addition to our Risk Assurance team shows our continued commitment to the financial services and healthcare industry. He has significant technology risk, compliance and regulatory experience,” Simone added.
With the addition of more than 500 new hires in the past year, PwC’s Risk Assurance practice now numbers more than 1,900 professionals who provide companies with significant technical expertise as well as deep industry knowledge across all industries. Skilled team members assist companies in developing risk and compliance programs, performing audits and creating internal controls processes around business performance issues, IT systems as well as strategy and contingency planning.