Thursday, October 13, 2011

PwC Appoints Peter Raymond Leader of the Firm's U.S. Capital Projects & Infrastructure Practice

Peter Raymond has been named the Capital Projects & Infrastructure (CP&I) practice leader for PwC US, the firm announced today. Mr. Raymond, a PwC principal based in the McLean, VA office, will collaborate with Richard Abadie - PwC's newly appointed Global CP&I Leader - to lead the firm's strategic efforts in assisting clients to design, deliver, finance and manage large scale infrastructure projects. Mr. Raymond is succeeding Carter Pate, who has recently retired, in this position.

Peter Raymond has more than 20 years of U.S. and international experience advising clients on road, port, airport, rail, power, telecom and water transactions. In addition to his new leadership role in CP&I, he will continue to be responsible for PwC's US Public Sector Financial Services practice where he leads a large team of consulting professionals assisting U.S. federal agencies with financial stabilization efforts and federal credit operations.

"I am pleased to welcome Peter to this role and am confident that his extensive knowledge and leadership skills will help our clients to capitalize on strategic opportunities, mitigate risks, realize benefits and advance their business," said Dana Mcilwain, PwC Vice Chairman and U.S. Advisory Leader.

Mr. Raymond holds degrees from Georgetown University in Washington, DC and Union College in New York. He has lived in Europe, Asia and the U.S. and has worked in more than 50 countries around the world. In 2010 he was honored by Consulting magazine in its annual listing of the "Top 25 Consultants" for 2010 and recognized for excellence in the Public Sector category.

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