Ian Oakley-Smith

Ian Oakley-Smith

Ian Oakley-Smith is head of PricewaterhouseCooper's charity sector team in the UK.

He was previously an insolvency practitioner at PwC with over 17 years experience. He has significant sector experience in the travel/tourism and charity and not-for-profit sectors, helping businesses and stakeholders in these fields for many years.

He has taken roles such as interim manager for the Charity Commisssion.

 

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