Miguel Oros is the new Partner in Charge of PwC Argentina

PricewaterhouseCoopers Argentina has announced the appointment of Miguel Oros as its new Country Partner, replacing Santiago Mignone, who has held the position for the past eight years.

Miguel Oros, 57, is a public accountant and graduated in management from the University of Buenos Aires. He joined PwC Argentina in 1987, and has been a partner of the firm since 1999. He has attended PwC Executive Business School at the University of London, Ontario, Canada. Similarly, he completed postgraduate courses in senior management at the IAE Business School at Austral University.

Throughout his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, he was responsible for administration and finance, between 2001 and 2006, for the guarantee between 2006 and 2011, for the energy division of the guarantee between 2012 and 2015 and since July 2015 he was the insurance lead until before. Assuming this new position. In addition, in the field of teaching, he held the chair of the Department of Auditing and Accounting at the University of Buenos Aires and the Argentine Catholic University.

In accordance with company regulations, the partner has been selected by his peers to assume this role for a period of four years.

“It is a great responsibility to play the role that Santiago Mignone has played so well over these years, and the challenge will be to continue on this path of growth for our professional services company committed to the talents and trust of our clients to solve important problems of the business community and to contribute to the sustainable development of society ”comments Miguel Oros.

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