PwC boosts nuclear energy practice with three new hires
PwC in the UK has recruited three new senior hires to join its fast expanding nuclear consulting team.

Fuente:   Fecha:  16.12.2010

All will take up the role with immediate effect and together they will be responsible for using their operating and industry knowledge to supplement the existing team.

PwC boosts nuclear energy practice with three new hires

Richard Lobley, director, has joined PwC from an investment company in Abu Dhabi. Building on many years of experience as a Royal Naval Nuclear submarine engineer, Richard has spent over 10 years in consultancy, focussing on business development and strategic change within the nuclear industry. Richard will be based in the London office.

Rebecca Holyhead, senior consultant, has 10 years experience in the UK and international nuclear industry and has joined PwC from the World Nuclear Association (WNA). Her experience includes safety, regulation, project management and she has led cross-industry projects with multiple stakeholders including utilities, the supply chain and international bodies. She too will be based in London.

Matt Burley, senior consultant, joins PwC following a 17 year career with the Royal Navy as a nuclear submarine engineer, having led and delivered improvements in large scale, technically demanding safety-critical programmes throughout the entire design life-cycle. Matt has also been influential in substantial strategic change initiatives and he will be based in the Bristol office.

Steve Randle, energy, utilities and mining consulting leader, PwC, commented: “Their combined experience and knowledge of current market issues and developments will complement the existing PwC nuclear energy team. As the plans around nuclear energy gather pace, they will bring significant value to our clients as they navigate through the changes that lay ahead.”