PwC Gave Former Ways & Means Chairman Dave Camp a Job

All that work Dave Camp put into his tax reform plan did not go unnoticed.

Oh sure, human carrot John Boehner didn't get too excited about it, but PwC was impressed enough that they hired Camp as a senior policy advisor in their Washington National Tax Services practice.

Here are Bob Moritz and Mark Mendola saying nice things about him:

“Dave Camp is a luminary in his field, and we are honored that he has chosen to join PwC,” said Bob Moritz, chairman and senior partner of PwC US. “His commitment to removing barriers to trade and ability to work on a bipartisan basis resulted in the enactment of significant trade agreements.  His vision regarding the critical need for tax reform as the catalyst for U.S. competitiveness has paved the way for the changes our economy needs over the next few years.”
 
Added Mark Mendola, vice-chairman and tax leader of PwC US, “Dave’s willingness to take on the herculean task of developing the most comprehensive tax reform proposal since the mid-1980s is testament to his ability to do what others considered impossible.  Chairman Camp's bill will serve as the foundation for the tax reform discussion that lies ahead of us.  His impact on tax policy has been enormous.  I know our clients look forward to hearing his insights, learning more about his innovative thinking and seeking his assistance in effecting change, qualities that served him so well in Congress.” 
I have a hunch that Camp's PwC salary might dwarf what he earned as a member of the House, but I'm sure he chose PwC, just like many of you, for purely non-financial reasons.
 
Regardless, Let's all give him a warm welcome. 

[PwC]

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