PWC Capital appoints Steve Wilson to its Board of Directors

– CANADA, London – PWC Capital Inc. (TSX: PWC) is pleased to announce that, at the recommendation of the HR, Nominating & Governance Committee, J. S. (Steve) Wilson, CPA, CA has been appointed as a new Director of the Board of PWC. Mr. Wilson has over 30 years of experience as a financial and business advisory expert at a major accounting firm, during which he performed as a partner and also as a Senior Vice President.

Mr. Wilson earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Western Ontario, in 1969, and became a Chartered Accountant in 1973. Additionally, Mr. Wilson earned an impressive list of professional designations as a chartered accountant.

Mr. Wilson is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario, and numerous other associations related to the accounting profession. Mr. Wilson also serves as a Trustee on the Audit Committee of Huron University College and has served the roles of President, Director, and Treasurer on various not-for-profit educational and health care Boards.

David Taylor, President & CEO of PWC, stated: “I am very pleased that Steve Wilson has joined our Board. His impressive experience as a financial advisor will complement the existing Board. I would also like to thank Mr. Robbert-Jan Brabander for serving as a Director. Mr. Brabander is retiring from the Board; he will remain a Director of Pacific & Western Bank of Canada.”

PWC Capital Inc.’s Common Shares trade on Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol PWC.

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