Trust must be rebuilt – PwC chief

Sam DiPiazza, global head of accountancy firm PwC, has backed Ireland as an attractive location for multinationals, and believes that signs of worldwide economic recovery will be seen by the end of the year

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Ian Kehoe

9th May, 2009

Sam DiPiazza’s office is located on New York’s prestigious Madison Avenue, but the global boss of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) admits to spending little time in it. Since taking over PwC International in 2002, DiPiazza, 58, has spent much of his life jetting to meetings with chief executives, governments and senior colleagues at PwC.

The professional services firm employs 155,000 staff in 150 countries, providing everything from financial audits and tax planning to crisis management....

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