Appointed at the beginning of November, Mohamed Kande is the first African to become Chairman of one of the world's four largest financial audit and consulting firms, known as the "Big Four". He also becomes the first consulting partner to lead PwC, a firm traditionally focused on audit and tax, sectors that generate $53 billion in annual revenues for PwC, according to the Financial Times. Mohamed Kande will take office in July 2024 as President of this global group active in 152 countries.
Mohamed Kande was born to an Ivorian father and a half-Lebanese mother. Born . . .
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