Deloitte Consulting appoints 35 new partners in Australia

27 May 2021 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Big Four firm Deloitte has announced its mid-year promotions in Australia, with 35 new partners to be admitted into its consulting partnership.

Professional services giant Deloitte will admit 70 new partners in its upcoming mid-year intake, with half of those members of the firm’s consulting division, including in subsidiaries Monitor Deloitte (strategy consulting) and Deloitte Digital (digital transformation).

The additions, which take effect on the 1st of July, follow the 16 new partners who were elevated at the beginning of the year among 43 promotions in total. The latest appointments bring Deloitte’s total partnership to around 900. They lead a team of around 10,000 fee earning professionals and staff working from eleven offices across Australia.

Deloitte Consulting appoints 35 new partners in Australia

“Being promoted to partner is a truly significant career milestone, and I am really excited to welcome 70 diverse and talented individuals to the Deloitte partnership,” said Deloitte CEO Adam Powick, who took the helm in April following the early departure of former chief Richard Deutsch. “I vividly remember a similar day for me 18 years ago and the emotions and excitement that come with an announcement like this.”

The new partners in Deloitte Consulting are:

Abitha Maniyan
Adam Pimperton
Anna Wen
Brian Ross
Caroline Cook
Chrishan Mendis
Claire Adams
Dan Tintner
Dean Gray
Glen Detering
Greg Frith
Iain Blackburn
Ian Koegelenberg
Jason Makins
Joe Remollino
John BouAntoun
John Gavallas
Justin Maiuto
Katie Patterson
Kerri Tresidder
Kristy Delaney
Luke Dunscombe
Maeve O’Riordan
Marc Bender
Marcus Laws
Megan Maletic
Nicola Redelinghuys
Pamela Moodley
Roxane Arpin
Ryan Winters
Sam Willey
Shaun Spinks
Simon Hannan
Veronica Goudie
Warren Burnett

Of the remaining promotions, 12 were made in Deloitte’s Audit & Assurance division, 14 were spread across its Financial and Risk Services departments, and nine were in Tax & Legal and supporting roles.

With the firm recently highlighting the especial workplace setbacks faced by women due to Covid-19, just under half of the new partners are women, with 31 in total. The proportion of female partners at the firm now sits above 30 percent. 

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