Daniel Dzenkowski joins PwC from Big 4 rival KPMG

12 September 2014 Consultancy.uk

PwC has poached Daniel Dzenkowski from rival KPMG. At PwC, Dzenkowski, who has been appointed as a Director and FATCA specialist, will primarily focus on operational tax services for insurance sector clients.

Daniel Dzenkowski has more than 10 years of experience, of which the majority in the banking sector and consulting industry. Most recently, he worked roughly 2,5 years for professional services firm KPMG as a Director, where he led its information reporting work across a number of industry groups. Prior to that he served as tax counsel for global investment bank Morgan Stanley in London.

Daniel Dzenkowski - PwC

Dzenkowski specialises in operational tax, and has over the past decade advised dozens of clients mainly in the financial services industry, including insurance companies, investment banks, wealth managers, asset managers, stock brokers, private equity groups and pension funds. Besides his work, Dzenkowski is a frequent public speaker on the subject, and a guest lecturer at the London School of Economics on US taxation.

In a reaction to the appointment, Colin Graham, financial services partner and insurance tax leader at PwC, states that he is “delighted” with Dzenkowski’s decision to join the firm. “Daniel brings skills which are in limited supply in the market, in particular, his combination of technical and industry experience of operational taxes. His expertise will benefit our clients across a whole range of issues such as FATCA and similar information reporting regimes.”

Recently PwC appointed Leigh Bates as Director Data Analytics and George Stylianides as the new head of its Financial Services Risk and Regulation practice.


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