PwC Expands its Analyst Team in Asia

Jacqueline Heng

PwC (No. 4 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) has announce that Jacqueline Heng has joined PwC’s Analyst Relations team.

The company is committed to working with business, industry and technology analysts worldwide. Analysts are a valuable resource for PwC’s clients and prospects. Having been recently named a leader by the IDC MarketScape: Asia/Pacific Business Consulting Services 2017 and holding PwC’s first Analyst Day in the region shows its strength and dedication to this market.
Further details on PwC’s presence and activities in Asia can be found on our website under the ‘Spotlight on Asia’ section at
Jacqueline, who brings more than 20 years of industry experience, will be based in the company’s Singapore office, further strengthening its relationships across Asia.
Miles Everson, Global Advisory leader said: “We are really pleased that Jacqueline has chosen PwC for the next stage in her influential career. We extend a warm welcome to her and we are excited that she is joining our Asian practice – a growing and important market for PwC.”
Randy Browning, Global Advisory Markets leader also welcomes Jacqueline.
“Jacqueline is an important addition to our team. She joins at an opportune time in a growing region. Jacqueline is well known in the market place and her joining our team further highlights PwC’s investments and commitment to the Asia-Pacific region,” he said.

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