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Neil Sherlock is the head of reputational strategy at accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Sherlock is a former special adviser to the former deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg.


From early 2012 to after the budget announcement in March 2013, Sherlock held the role as a special adviser to deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.[1]

Sherlock is a former public and regulatory affairs partner at accountancy firm KPMG[1] and in 2013 joined PwC as head of reputational strategy, to help the company 'repair its reputation, and to also help boost its ties with Westminster'.[2]

Personal life


  1. 1.0 1.1 Mark Leftly Elementary move for Clegg aide Neil Sherlock The Lib Dem special adviser heads back to private sector The Independent, 10 March 2013, accessed 9 October 2014
  2. Alex Spence PwC picks Neil Sherlock, the man who beat Boris The Times, 10 May 2013. accessed 9 October 2014
  3. Christopher Hope, Lord Rennard: Lib Dems bring in private firm to run whistle blowing system after criticism from campaigners, The Telegraph, 25 Feb 2013