Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers named former Andersen and BearingPoint executive Edgardo Pappacena to global strategy leader Ñ a newly created post where he will be charged with facilitating the development and execution of business, political and regulatory strategies for the firm.Prior to coming aboard at PwC, Pappacena served as a managing director and global leader of the strategic transformation practice at consulting giant BearingPoint. He also spent 24 years at Arthur Andersen, most recently as global managing partner of the firm's business consulting group."Edgardo brings a unique combination of both global client service and operating skills to this new role, and we expect that he will enhance the firm's ability to navigate our rapidly changing environment and aggressively strengthen our competitive advantage and position in the market," said Samuel DiPiazza, global chief executive at PwC.

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