PwC Like-Kind Exchange Services Group Announces New Appointment

Craig Schultz
Craig Schultz

Craig Schultz has joined PwC US in the firm's like-kind exchange (LKE) Services Group, according to a recent company announcement.

PwC's LKE practice manages more than 25 million LKE assets each month for more than 150 clients across 20 industries. PwC offers a comprehensive approach that addresses the tax compliance, technology and operational issues inherent in establishing an LKE program.

For the last two decades Schultz has provided consulting services relating to LKE programs and forensic accounting. He served for many years with Accruit, a leading provider of qualified intermediary services for personal property 1031 exchanges, with which PwC has a joint business relationship. In this role, he helped companies generate significant tax savings through LKE strategies.

Schultz has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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