Tax & advisory services provider PwC India has appointed Sotiris A. Pagdadis as leader of capital projects & infrastructure practice.
In his new role, Pagdadis will focus on assisting organisations and government to invest in infrastructure and improve their capital projects capabilities.
Prior to joining PwC India, Pagdadis was a leader of the Capital Projects and Infrastructure Practice in PwC, US. He has also worked as the founder and president of the Lambousa Infrastructures Consultancy Group besides being the managing director of the Transportation Infrastructure Practice at McKenna Long and Aldridge.
He has over 25 years of experience and specialising in masterplan and capital project assessment, project financing, value and risk management, lifecycle planning, productivity planning, asset management and technology assessment.
“With growing focus on infrastructure in the Indian economy, we have felt the need to enhance our pool of talent even further. A number of professionals have joined us as a part of an ongoing programme within the firm to ensure we have the best people for the long term success of our business and our clients,” said Deepak Kapoor, chairman, PwC India.
The executive directors who have recently joined PwC to support the Capital Projects and Infrastructure Practice offering include Jai Mavani (Infrastructure and Real Estate), Manish A Agarwal (Transport and Urban Infrastructure), Manish Sharma (Transport and Logistics).