Promotion Watch ’21: PwC Admits 63 Overachievers to the U.K. Partnership

The smell of new partners is in the air at the Queen’s PwC:

Of the 63 P. Dubsteppers who get to sit at the adults’ table beginning on July 1, 41% are women and 13% are from a minority ethnic background, according to the firm. And 24% of the newest PwC U.K. partners are based outside of London, so presumably they are all Liverpool and Man City fans.

The list of new partners in the ad PwC took out in The Times is a little hard to read, so hopefully I didn’t screw up any of your names too bad. Here’s the 2021 new partner class at PwC U.K.:

  • Zena Alston
  • Robert Anderson
  • Toby Banfield
  • Kate Birch-Evans
  • Matthew Bruckner
  • James Cadzow
  • Mark Chalfen
  • Stuart Couch
  • Tom Copeland
  • Stewart Cummins
  • Tony Davis
  • David Dignam
  • Daniel Dowling
  • Ray Farnan
  • Sean Forster
  • Roslyn Gamsa
  • James Geldart
  • Isabelle Gross
  • Sarah Hayman
  • Jenny Hearn
  • Tim Hill
  • Harry Holdstock
  • Clare Hughes
  • Shujaat Khan
  • Ruta Kmiliauskaite
  • Rebecca Knight
  • Scott Lawson
  • Katie Lightstone
  • Zlatina Loudjeva
  • Bobby Maclay
  • Thalita Marinho
  • Jay Marwa
  • Kevin McGhee
  • Barry Middleton
  • Sarah Middleton
  • Stephen Mills
  • Kim Milward-Oliver
  • Amr Mousa
  • Laura Nadel
  • Richard Nolan
  • Gary Olney
  • Rachael Palmer
  • Alkesh Patel
  • Nick Pattison
  • Karen Penman
  • Sarah Phillips
  • Kristen Pisciotta
  • Daniel Pybus
  • Ganesh Ram
  • Bobbie Ramsden-Knowles
  • Martin Roets
  • Karen Senior
  • Semsi Sonmez
  • Jane Steer
  • Jeremy Sweetnam
  • Emma Theunissen
  • Susie Thomas
  • Nicola Turner
  • Robert Waddington
  • Diane Walmsley
  • Simon White
  • Thomas Williams

Congrats to all the new partners at the House of Ellis!

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