PwC Romania announces that, as of 1 July 2021, Mihai Anița will take over the management of the PwC Romania Assurance Practice from Kenneth Spiteri, who will continue as a Partner within the company and will also lead the transformation projects related to PwC Romania’s human resources strategy.
“I’m very grateful to Kenneth for his achievements and contributions to PwC development in Romania. During the last seven years, Kenneth has led the assurance practice with dedication, distinction and balance. I’m confident that Mihai will continue to lead the Assurance practice with energy and strong motivation in order to develop our services in the new normal, with valuable benefits both for customers and the team”, said Ionuț Simion, CMP PwC Romania.
“It’s a special honour to take over the management of the PwC Romania Assurance Practice. I aim, together with the exceptional team of partners, to contribute to the expansion and development of the assurance services in a world of continuous change and uncertainty, where companies need more and more information about the perspectives and risks they could face, and the way they can deal with them”, said Mihai Anița.
Mihai joined PwC in 1995 and has developed significant experience from delivering diverse projects across various industries, including the implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). He is Assurance Partner and Leader of integrated services for clients in the Retail & Consumer sector within PwC Romania. Mihai is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA UK) and the Chamber of Financial Auditors of Romania (CAFR). He has a degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University Politehnica Bucharest.
This year marks 30 years of PwC Romania activity on the local market since it became the first large professional services company registered in Romania after 1989. The PwC Romania and PwC Moldova teams currently have over 800 professionals coordinated by 21 Partners, with offices in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timișoara, Constanța and Chișinău.