Accenture Announces New Mergers & Acquisitions Leader

Accenture, the firm formerly known as Andersen Consulting, announces its first outside appointment with the addition of Pat Anslinger to the global management team.

Pat Anslinger is the new Global Head for Mergers & Acquisitions. Mergers & Acquisitions is part of the firm's Strategy and Business Architecture practice, which will focus on the agendas of senior executives. The M&A department will also be attentive to corporate strategy, including managing corporations in the e-economy, aiding in strategies for start-ups, and helping the strategic impact of emerging technologies.

Anslinger comes to Accenture from McKinsey & Co. where she was a lead partner in the firm's North American Corporate Finance Strategy Practice.

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