PwC Cambridge has admitted a new partner, Linda Kempenaar, who will be focussing on supporting local technology hubs.
PwC Cambridge has admitted a new equity partner, Linda Kempenaar, bringing the total of new partners entering the partnership across the South East from July to six.
Linda has been with the firm since 2004, working within Audit. She has worked across a range of industry areas such as retail, consumer, telecommunications and most recently pharmaceuticals. She also spent three years working in Hong Kong with PwC.
She will be looking to support the growth of the business in Cambridge and the surrounding areas, and will be particularly focussing on supporting the technology, biotechnology and pharmaceutical hubs in the area.
I am delighted to be joining the PwC partnership and look forward to working closely with our strong partner group in Cambridge. The area is full of opportunity and I’m particularly looking forward to getting to know a host of new people and clients.
Sian Steele, PwC Cambridge Office Senior Partner said:
I am delighted that Linda is joining the group of partners in our Cambridge office. Cambridge and the East of England is such an exciting and vibrant area to live and work. Bringing Linda into the team will contribute to the growing expertise of our team, and ultimately help our clients across the region with the opportunities and challenges they face.
PwC has admitted 69 directors to the partnership across its UK business. These partners, along with the 13 direct entry partners who joined the firm throughout the year, brings the total UK partner numbers to 944.
Partners have been promoted across all lines of service, including 22% with a focus on technology as the firm looks towards a digital future.