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Three new recruits at PwC

Adolf Mugandiwa

Helping company 'continue to invest' in client needs

PwC Isle of Man has appointed three new recruits who will enable the company to 'continue to invest' in the future needs of clients.

Dasa Brynjolffssen, Daithí O’Regan and Adolf Mugandiwa have taken up new positions with the firm.

Territory senior partner Nick Halsall said: "The skills and experience Dasa, Daithí and Adolf bring to the firm - combined with the breadth of our staff’s current skills - will further add to our ability to ensure we maintain exceptional quality whilst providing sustained outcomes to our clients at a time of significant change and disruption be it ESG, Regulatory, and Technology.

"They are each well placed to ensure we address a broad range of client needs and develop the quality services we offer."

  • Dasa Brynjolffssen joins as a director within the assurance and consulting team. She was previously a director with PwC UK and has 20 years audit and accounting consulting experience with the firm.

 

  • Daithí O’Regan joins as a manager with a specific focus on providing regulatory and compliance advice. He started his career in Dublin in criminal and civil litigation. After moving to the Island he continued to work in litigation before specialising in regulatory compliance.

 

  • Adolf Mugandiwa joins as a manager in the risk assurance services team where he works with clients to navigate the risks associated with technologies. He joins the firm from PwC Zimbabwe having recently worked with the PwC US firm in San Jose.

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