BDO adds Leonie Ferretter and Zoe Cameron to Sydney partner team

06 June 2023 1 min. read
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Global professional services group BDO has strengthened its partner team in Sydney with Leonie Ferretter and Zoe Cameron.

Leonie Ferretter joins BDO as a partner in its Tax practice, specialising in international trade, customs and excise duties. She was previously a partner at KPMG, where she was Australian and Asia Pacific Leader for Trade & Customs.

“Leonie is passionate about helping clients access various trade concessions and programs, ensuring they realise the full potential in international trade, while saving them time and money. She will be a huge asset to our clients trading globally and those looking to enter that space,” said BDO Sydney Office Managing Partner, Grant Saxon.

BDO adds Leonie Ferretter and Zoe Cameron to Sydney partner team

Zoe Cameron joins as a partner in the Project & Infrastructure Advisory practice, with a background managing complex, multi-faceted projects across the private, public, and non-profit sectors both domestically and internationally.

She joins BDO from Deloitte and specialises in social infrastructure, transport and aviation infrastructure, housing, and precinct developments.

Saxon: “Zoe’s experience with managing complex infrastructure projects is critical in the current environment, and she brings diverse skills to our growing Project & Infrastructure Advisory team, where we work with a number of government agencies and private infrastructure organisations on major projects.”

In Australia, BDO has over 250+ partners. The firm last year generated revenues of just over $400 million.