PwC infiltrates Treasury team

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Leaving aside the rivalries of the two governing parties, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has been a big winner in the ministerial prize-giving, with two of its former employees appointed to the Treasury team.  Vince Cable had to make do with business secretary.

Fareham MP Mark Hoban, who enjoys the biggest majority of the accountant-MPs elected on 6 May, has been appointed Financial Secretary  to the Treasury team led by Chancellor George Osborne and Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary David Laws. Hoban, a former PwC senior manager, lived up to expectations by moving into the post he had shadowed while in opposition. The Treasury's ministerial profile page indicates that Hoban will be responsible for financial se...

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