PwC appoints new director

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David Hurst has been appointed director at PwC Hungary, responsible for Business Recovery Services, an announcement released yesterday reports. 

He joined the Hungarian branch leaving PwC UK, after more than 16 years of experience advising on all aspects of financial and operational restructuring, business reviews, insolvency, and transactions involving distressed assets and non-performing loans, according to the announcement from PWC.

David brings significant international experience working with public sector clients, corporates, lenders and investors, most recently on assignments across Central and Southern Eastern Europe, the announcement added.

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