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PwC makes top-level appointments to sustainability practice
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PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has made a number of new appointments to its sustainability and climate change practice as it looks to strengthen its offerings in the area.
Malcolm Preston has been appointed chief executive officer of the practice, while Alan McGill, Jon Williams and Will Day have also been given senior roles, news which might interest accountancy recruitment staff.
Commenting on the move, Mr Preston said: "I am delighted to take up this new role with an experienced team at such a critical point for the sustainability agenda."
According to Mr Preston, corporate responsibility is now a mainstream business issue and the current downturn is the ideal time to look at ways to integrate new ways of working into the supply chain.
Last week, Prince Charles urged accountants to lead the way in helping firms go green.
He stated that finance professionals need to find a way of quantifying the cost of carbon emissions.