PricewaterhouseCoopers made some major changes Wednesday to the firm’s U.S. leadership team, including the creation of two new leadership roles, effective immediately.

Dana Mcilwain, who has served as PwC’s Advisory Leader, responsible for the U.S. firm’s consulting, deals and forensics services, will assume the new role of Services Leader. In this new role, Mcilwain will oversee the firm’s three lines of service—Advisory, Assurance and Tax—to drive a unified strategy across the firm.

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