PwC welcomes Ben Fielding, Laura Chisholm and Garth Williams

27 April 2021 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Professional services giant PwC has welcomed three new partners to its Australian consulting team. 

Ben Fielding has been appointed a partner in PwC’s health consulting business. He brings a significant track record of delivery within the Australian health sector, NHS and management consultancy to the partnership, specialised in strategy, performance improvement, eHealth and digital transformation and public private partnerships in healthcare.

Fielding initially joined PwC from rival Deloitte in mid-2020, but deferred the position for eight months to take up the role as the acting deputy secretary of the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services. Earlier in his career, he was a board member at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, and a partner at EY

Ben Fielding, Laura Chisholm and Garth Williams - PwC

Laura Chisholm brings over two decades of experience to PwC Consulting, including spells at the other Big Four trio. Prior to joining, she was a Director at KPMG in the Digital Delta unit (the firm’s 250-strong digital transformation wing), and before that, Chisholm was the CEO of digital agency Inlight and a Director in EY’s Customer practice. 

Earlier in her career, Chisholm worked for Deloitte Digital, where she managed to bag the ‘Deloitte Businesswoman of the Year Award’ in Australia. At PwC, focuses on clients in the public sector. 

Garth Williams is a partner in PwC’s Financial Services practice, with a focus on risk and regulation services. He joined the Big Four firm from ANZ, where he was Head of Dispute Resolution and Regulatory within its Wealth Division. Before that, he spent over a decade in professional services and the public sector, at Clayton Utz and the New South Wales Government respectively. 

At PwC, he draws on his experience in law, business and government to assist clients with all aspects of regulatory matters including incident handling, breach reporting, regulator engagement and investigations, litigation, remediation and enforcement action.

Earlier this year, PwC appointed 12 new partners in its Consulting division, and 24 in its Financial Advisory division.