PwC appoints 42 new partners and lifts its partnership past 800

15 December 2021 3 min. read
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Professional services firm PwC has announced 42 new partners, including 19 internal promotions as per the start of 2022 and 23 lateral partnership recruits who have joined in the back half of the year. 

Half of the new partners strengthen the firm’s financial advisory division, with most of the remainder in consulting. Together, they have seen PwC’s partnership numbers swell beyond the 800 mark. 

“We are excited to welcome these incredibly talented individuals to the partnership and congratulate them on this great milestone,” said PwC chief executive Tom Seymour, who noted that the firm’s strong revenue growth across its primary business functions for the first half of the 2022 financial year was reflected in the new partner intake. 

PwC appoints 42 new partners and lifts its partnership past 800

Internal partner promotions:

Andrew Genever (Melbourne, joined in 2009)

Financial Advisory
Amy Lomas (Perth, 2018)
Andrew Pryde (Sydney, 2018)
Belinda Nisbet (Melbourne, 2018)
Chris Paull (Perth, 2006)
Chris Stewart (Brisbane, 2005)
Emily Falcke (Brisbane, 2018)
Emma Linnenbank (Sydney, 2019)
Farouk Dahbourah (Sydney, 2013)
Hugh Cook (Melbourne, 2005)
Julia Richards (Sydney)
Lisa Foster (Sydney, 2015)
Matthew Jakelic (Sydney, 2005)
Tom Sorrell (Melbourne, 2018)
Tristan Whitefield (Sydney, 2006)

Daniel Kho (Sydney, 2008)
Nicholas Coroneos (Sydney, 2007)
Pia Chakravarti (Melbourne, 2008)

Enabling Functions
Mark Hutchison (Sydney, 2015)

Lateral partner recruits:

Amy Auster (Melbourne, Canberra)
Amanda O’Connor (Perth, ex-Deloitte)
Charles Collingwood-Boots (Canberra, ex-KPMG, Capgemini)
Franz Wentzel (Brisbane, PwC returnee)
Garry Bentlin (Sydney, ex-Deloitte)
Ivan Goh (Sydney, Deloitte, DXC)
Hettie Farrell (Melbourne, formerly Strategy&)
Jacqui Garside (Melbourne, PwC returnee)
Joe Remollino (Sydney, Deloitte)
Matthew Tutty (Melbourne, PwC acquisition MindMatter)
Peter Johnson (Melbourne)
Simon Herrmann (Brisbane, McKinsey)
Tetyana Wotton (Sydney, KPMG)
Yoshi Makita (Sydney, KPMG, Deloitte, ABeam, Andersen)
James Calder (Melbourne, BAE Systems)

Financial Advisory
Adrian Box (Melbourne, KPMG)
Aiden Douglas (Sydney)
Daniel Heywood (Melbourne, EY, Deloitte)
David Ballantyne (Melbourne)
Nick Maley (Sydney, PwC returnee)
Russell Sinclair (Sydney)
Beth Shaw

Noel Williams (Melbourne, KPMG)

With revenues of $2.6 billion, PwC is the largest of the Big Four accounting and consulting firms in Australia.