Bob Moritz is Global Chair of PwC, which spans 152 countries and includes more than 320,000 people. PwC is a professional services network, providing audit, tax, consulting, and deals services around the world, in order to build trust and drive sustained outcomes for the world’s most pressing problems. In his role, Bob leads the international network’s leadership teams, champions diversity and inclusion, sets strategy, and enhances the brand of PwC through quality service to our stakeholders. Bob is also PwC’s representative with GPPC and other profession-focused organizations.
He has been with PwC his entire career, joining in 1985 and becoming a partner in 1995. He has an Audit and Assurance background, primarily dealing with financial services, banking, and capital markets clients. During the course of his career, Bob spent three years with PwC Japan, working with European and US-based financial services companies operating in Asia. Prior to taking on the global role, Bob led the US firm of PwC as its Chairman and Senior Partner for seven years.
Bob chairs the Global Leadership Council of Generation Unlimited and sits on their Board, a UNICEF-affiliated organisation which focuses on helping young people develop skills for the future, and he is a UN HeForShe Corporate Impact Champion. Bob is also a member of the International Business Council of the World Economic Forum, a trustee of The Conference Board, a member of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, Chairman of the International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council (IBLAC) to Shanghai, and a director of the SUNY-Oswego College Foundation, his alma mater.
Bob is married and lives in Florida.
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