Kim Curtain and Nick Campbell Lambert partner at Deloitte

31 January 2022 2 min. read
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Big Four firm Deloitte has expanded its Australian partnership team with two new members.

Professional services firm Deloitte has recruited Kim Curtain and Nick Campbell Lambert to its Australian partnership. Curtain crosses from the NSW Treasury, where she has been serving as Chief Operating Officer, while Lambert joins from the UK, having previously been a member of PwC’s partnership team.

Kim Curtain returns to Deloitte as a partner in its Infrastructure and Capital Projects practice after first kicking off her career in the firm’s International Tax division in Melbourne following a Bachelor of Business in accounting at Monash University. After four years with Deloitte, Curtain then crossed to PwC, rising to assistant director in Infrastructure, Government and Utilities within the firm’s UK Corporate Finance division.

Kim Curtain, Nick Campbell Lambert - Deloitte

From there, Curtain joined the British public service – an area she has continued in with the NSW Treasury on her return, holding executive director and deputy secretary positions focused on infrastructure and structured finance and trade, tourism and investment. Since March of last year, Curtain has been responsible for leading Treasury operations and will join Deloitte in February after seven years with the department.

Nick Campbell Lambert joins Deloitte from the UK as Audit partner in Sydney, bringing more than 25 years of experience in the professional services industry, including heading up complex global audits for leading multinational companies. For the past three years Lambert has served in various interim CFO roles across the private equity sector, before which he spent close to two and a half decades at PwC, making partner in 2007.

In addition to large-scale international audits, Lambert also holds experience in other financial services areas, including transaction-related work, due diligence, listings and regulatory reporting in both the UK and abroad – including in the Asia Pacific. Earlier in his career, Lambert spent three years on secondment in Hong Kong, where he oversaw the global accounts of two London-listed groups as well as various mainland M&A transactions.