Promotion Watch ’21: Deloitte Australia Admits 70 to the Partnership

The smell of new partners is in the air in Australia, as the Australian Financial Review recently reported on the 70 newest rainmakers at Deloitte.

Of the 70 new partners who officially get promoted on July 1, 35 work in consulting, 12 in audit and assurance, eight in financial advisory, six in risk advisory, six in tax and legal, and three in enabling areas.

Thirty-one of the 70 new partners are women, or 44% of the class of 2021.

Here is the new partner class of 2021 at Deloitte Australia by service line:

Audit & Assurance

  • Christopher Brown
  • Kevin Chen
  • Sophie England
  • Brendan Fehon
  • Caroline Hodkinson
  • Rajat Jain
  • Stuart Kortum
  • Debbie Oli (PNG)
  • Malvin Prasad
  • Saeed Seedat
  • Yingwey Teasdale
  • Anna Zalitis

Consulting

  • Claire Adams
  • Roxane Arpin
  • Marc Bender
  • Iain Blackburn
  • John BouAntoun
  • Warren Burnett
  • Caroline Cook
  • Kristy Delaney
  • Glen Detering
  • Luke Dunscombe
  • Greg Frith
  • John Gavallas
  • Veronica Goudie
  • Dean Gray
  • Simon Hannan
  • Ian Koegelenberg
  • Marcus Laws
  • Justin Maiuto
  • Jason Makins
  • Megan Maletic
  • Abitha Maniyan
  • Chrishan Mendis
  • Pamela Moodley
  • Maeve O’Riordan
  • Katie Patterson
  • Adam Pimperton
  • Nicola Redelinghuys
  • Joe Remollino
  • Brian Ross
  • Shaun Spinks
  • Dan Tintner
  • Kerri Tresidder
  • Anna Wen
  • Sam Willey
  • Ryan Winters

Financial Advisory

  • Adam Cronin
  • Amber Faulkner-Shotter
  • Louise Heath
  • Elyse Henderson
  • Renee Jaszewski
  • Eamon McGinn
  • Chris Pilgram
  • Will Rayward-Smith

Enabling Areas

  • Jaella Parker
  • Rogier Piepers
  • Carmen Roche

Risk Advisory

  • Leah Brown
  • Christina Keing
  • Roheena Khan
  • Nick Syme
  • Michael Wood
  • Elea Wurth

Tax & Legal

  • James Alsop
  • Dillan Amin
  • David Bell
  • Wei-Ee Cheah
  • Andrew Saunderson
  • Sanchika Sutharshan (PNG)

Congrats to all the new partners at Deloitte Australia!

Deloitte promotes 70 new partners [Australian Financial Review]

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