PwC opens ninth office in the Caribbean
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has opened a new firm in Guyana.
This office brings PwC’s operations in the Caribbean to nine locations including the Bahamas Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago.
In a media release, Managing Partner, PwC Guyana, and Tax & Legal Services Leader, PwC Trinidad and Tobago, Angelique Bart, said: “We have a strong history of supporting clients in Guyana and, as a Guyanese myself, I am immensely proud of the country's expected economic growth and the opportunity to merge my native home with my professional home at PwC. PwC's deep understanding of the market and extensive experience working in the country for nearly 15 years means that we are well-poised to support indigenous and international clients and to contribute to the realisation of the significant growth potential of the country.”
Brian A. Hackett, Territory Leader, PwC Trinidad and Tobago and co-Territory Leader, PwC Guyana added, “Having worked with clients in Guyana over many years it's clear there is a growing demand for the breadth of services that PwC provides. This is especially so as you consider the backdrop of the changing macro-economic and regulatory landscape in the region and globally, as well as the rapid rise of new technologies and risks, which impact both public and private sector organisations.”
The office will be located at the New Trafalgar Building, 165 Waterloo Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown.