Agnes Koops-Aukes started at PwC in 1992. She held multiple roles and positions before joining the board of PwC's accounting practice in 2013. In 2018, Koops-Aukes became chairman of PwC's accountancy practice and took a seat on the board of directors.
'It is a huge honor for me to assume the role of chairman, and I would like to thank my colleagues and the supervisory board for the confidence they have shown. The challenges we face as a society are not easy. I look forward to making a further contribution together with all my PwC colleagues', says Koops-Aukes.
Chris Buijink, chairman of the supervisory board of PwC, says he has every confidence in Koops-Aukes and her team. He indicated that with her appointment, there will be someone at the head of PwC who 'has the right profile to allow PwC, with all her experience, openness and connecting capacity, to grow into an organization that further contributes to social trust and the creation of solutions for the major challenges of today.'