Deloitte promotes 51 members to Australian partner team

18 June 2023 Consultancy.com.au 5 min. read
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Almost two dozen Deloitte consultants with a broad array of expertise have been promoted to partner in Australia among a mid-year intake of 51 individuals – pushing its total tally beyond the 1,000-mark.

The Australian branch of professional services firm Deloitte has made over fifty mid-year partnership promotions, almost half of those within its consulting division.

The remainder were spread across the firm’s risk and financial advisory, tax & legal, and audit & assurance lines, with the bulk of the promotions made in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Perth. Deloitte’s Adelaide and Western Sydney offices also each welcomed one new addition.

Deloitte promotes 51 members to Australian partner team

Deloitte CEO Adam Powick said that being elevated to partner was a truly significant career milestone. “Promotions like these are no accident and recognise sustained focus on client service, team building, personal development and our core values,” Powick stated. “Every one of our diverse and talented new partners has a different background and story and this reflects our focus on creating varied career opportunities and pathways for our people.”

Powick further noted the latest partnership cohort’s “incredible breadth and depth of expertise”, which is especially apparent among its consultant class. The almost two dozen newly promoted consultants cover a diverse array of fields, spanning everything from digital and AI strategy, enterprise technology, and industrial innovation through to human capital, supply chain and procurement, customer & marketing, and core business operations.

Consulting

Amy Royce – Melbourne
Anthony Saliba – Sydney
Caleb Sawade – Melbourne
Cam Braganza – Canberra
Chris Riley – Perth
Damian Keeghan – Melbourne
Doug Lampe – Canberra
Fiona Schoonens – Sydney
Hossein Tayebi – Canberra
Isabel Bantegui – Melbourne
James Blakey – Perth
Jonine Ross – Perth
Liana Dobson – Canberra
Mark Bateson – Melbourne
Trent Willmot – Sydney
Veronica Williams – Sydney
Wayne O’Rourke – Perth
Priscilla Tan – Perth
Puneet Kinger – Melbourne
Rob Sanderson – Melbourne
Sandra Sweeney – Canberra
Shenaz Syed – Melbourne
Supriya Guha – Perth

Risk Advisory

Hash Al-Hilli – Melbourne
Celia Hayes – Perth
Kelly Haworth – Perth
Mel Sykes – Sydney
Puneet Gulati – Sydney

Financial Advisory

Caroline Roberts – Melbourne
Daniel Demir – Melbourne
James Raffell – Sydney
Jared Landman – Melbourne
Josh Black – Sydney
Oli May – Sydney
Liz Boylan – Melbourne
Su Yin Lim – Perth
Will Gort – Melbourne

Tax & Legal

Leah Auld – Sydney
Melissa Webb – Adelaide
Michael El-Sanady – Sydney
Mimi Song – Sydney
Paul Tyler – Sydney
Tiffany Hartel – Sydney
Zane Duncalf – Perth

Audit & Assurance

Melanie Sutton – Melbourne
Nikky Oldridge – Sydney
Andrew Collen – Melbourne
Carol Warden – Sydney
Pawan Manghnani – Western Sydney
Peter Reynolds – Perth
Xenia Cobet – Sydney