PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP has named Raymond Wilson its new managing partner for the Milwaukee office. He replaces Tim Donnelly in supervising the firm’s Wisconsin assurance, tax and advisory operations.
Donnelly retired on June 30 after 35 years at PwC.
Wilson has 15 years of experience as an assurance partner, guiding clients through business challenges, leading complex engagements and assisting with acquisitions, divestitures and capital raises.
He holds a bachelor’s in accounting from the University of Illinois and a Certified Public Accountant designation. He sits on the boards of the University of Wisconsin Accounting Advisory and Diversity and the Milwaukee Zoological Society.
“Ray is a proven leader and brings more than 29 years of experience to our clients in the region, including leading large, multinational engagements with some of the region’s most prominent companies,” said Jim Kolar, managing partner of PwC’s Greater Chicago Market. “Ray’s extensive client and community leadership experiences will serve him well in assuming this important role for our market and the firm.”