RSM kicks off 2023 with nine new internally-groomed principals

03 January 2023 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Professional services firm RSM has kicked off 2023 with an enlarged leadership team, following the appointment of nine new principals.

The cohort of new principals – the level below partner – brings RSM’s total contingent of principals to 66. Nationwide, the accounting, advisory and tax firm has over 1,500 staff, including 130+ partners.

All of the nine members have been promoted internally, with six of the appointments in business advisory, with a further two appointments in assurance and advisory and one in corporate finance.

RSM kicks off 2023 with nine new internally-groomed principals

Nick Farr
Practice: Business Advisory
Office: Brisbane

Sharon Baldwin
Practice: Business Advisory
Office: Toowoomba       

Robyn Eade
Practice: Assurance and Advisory
Office: Melbourne

Oliver Gaunt
Practice: Corporate Finance
Office: Melbourne

Deepak Keshavamurthy
Practice: Assurance and Advisory
Office: Melbourne

Luke Broadbent
Practice: Business Advisory
Office: Ballarat

Rhys Edwards
Practice: Business Advisory
Office: Perth

Reagan Manns
Practice: Business Advisory
Office: Jurien Bay

Marie Van Blommestein
Practice: Business Advisory
Office: Katanning

Jamie O’Rourke Chief Executive Partner of RSM in Australia, said that the cohort of internally groomed principals demonstrates the quality of the firm’s internal leadership pipeline. “Talent is at a premium in the current skills squeeze and will likely remain an ongoing challenge. At RSM, we have range of programs and incentives in place to build our talent, including the highly successful Principal Development Program.”

In its 2021-22 financial year, RSM generated $278 million in revenues across Australia, up 16% on the year previous and 54% since the 2016-17 financial year.