Deloitte Consulting and subsidiaries promote 32 new partners

Marion Steward

Deloitte has announced its 2022 mid-year partner promotions, with 30+ of the new partner class active in the firm’s Consulting division.

The accounting and consulting giant has announced its promotions across its divisions and ranks, admitting over 80 company members to its partner cohort in Australia. They join a partnership that is more than 900-strong.

A total of 32 partners were promoted within Deloitte Consulting, which also includes the appointments to the leadership teams of sub-brands Monitor Deloitte (strategy consulting), Deloitte Digital (digital and technology consulting) and Deloitte Access Economics (economics consultancy).

Across the board, 13 new partners were promoted in Audit & Assurance, 4 in Supporting Functions, 8 in Tax & Legal, 11 in Financial Advisory, and 14 in Risk Advisory.

The additions, which take effect on the 1st of July, follow the 14 end-of-year partner promotions in December 2021 and the 70 new partners welcomed in last year’s mid-year round.

“Being promoted to partner is a truly significant career milestone, and I am really excited to welcome our diverse and talented individuals to the Deloitte partnership,” said Deloitte CEO Adam Powick. “I vividly remember a similar day for me 19 years ago and the emotions and excitement that come with an announcement like this.”

The new partners in Deloitte Consulting are:
Abhineet Lekhi, Abigail Holman, Adam Ferfoglia, Ankur Sood, Ashok Govindaraju, Brett Hopper, Carrie Grimes, Casie Hill, Chris Morgan, Claire Szatsznajder, Deb Taylor, Harsha Maddipatla, Kent Lawrence, Laura Entwistle, Lee Simpson, Lucy Buchanan, Mat Norton, Matthew Connock, Michael Falkinder, Nicole Trotter, Nicole Vas, Paul Fayle, Phil Blake, Rebecca Roberts, Remco Prins, Rich Lockrey, Sabine Bennett, Sarah Dunbar, Shannon Thompson, Simon Cooper, Tripti Chibber and Will Footner.

The new partners in other divisions are:
Audit and Assurance: Ahmed Mahmoud, Akhil Gopal, Amanda Terry, Crina Sava, Dave Bush-Ellis, Hide Matsuura, Imogen Connors, Jimmy McGarty, Joel John, Juanette Grobler, Lingwei Low, Marinus Schoeman and Sandeep Agrawal.

Enabling Areas: Alexandra Nelson, Byron Riessen, Lourich van Rensburg and Sonali Dua.

Financial Advisory: Alex Fawcett, Alexander Tan, Alice George, Ben Murphy, Caity May, Han Nguyen, James Blake, Rochel Hoffman, Sam Lamble, Sam Roberts and Sean Holmes.

Risk Advisory: Chris Khaw, Henry Peens, Jordan Lloyd, Melissa Gomes, Richard Bush, Sanji Mahendran, Shweta Pandey, Simon Gribble, Sunjae Choi, Sunny Saxena, Tina Fronimakis, Vicky Poon, Victoria Chantra and Wibi Rockwood.

Tax and Legal: Adam Hounsell, Albert Canagasabey, Amy Borrett, Giles Callander, Jessica Veal, Pri Subramanyam, Rakhim Mirzayev and Rhys Cormick.

Last year, Deloitte was named one of Australia’s top companies to work for by LinkedIn.

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