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PWC appoints 67 new partners swelling ranks to 937
Sat, 17th Dec 2022
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The company has admitted 67 new partners, taking the total number of partners to 937.

This is a significant increase from previous January 1 admissions and the largest intake ever announced by the firm at this time of year.

In addition to these 67 new internal partners, the firm has also welcomed 18 lateral hire partners to the partnership since 1 July 2022, totalling 85 new partners announced since the start of the fiscal year.

Within the businesses, Assurance has announced 22 new partners (33%), Consulting has announced 14 new partners (21%), and Financial Advisory has announced 31 partners (46%).

“We're promoting more partners across our whole business than ever before at this time because we believe there are great opportunities in the market, and we have a strong depth of talent to maximise these opportunities.

“The breadth of capabilities and experience in this new partner cohort reflects the demand in our core businesses which are experiencing strong revenue growth to date,” says Tom Seymour, CEO, PwC Australia. 

“We’re thrilled to welcome this diverse and talented group of exceptional leaders to our partnership and congratulate them on this significant achievement.”

PwC Australia internal partner admissions taking place on January 1, 2023:

New partners in the Assurance department include Adam Rossato; Aila Kinghorn; Anthony Goldsworthy; Bianca DeGennaro; Brett Hayes; Brett Rutherford; Chris Davis; Daniel Harb; David Bellingham; Derrick Ives; Duncan Alderson; Jade Chong (张洁枫); James Wright; Jon Crenner; Jonathan Gerace; Kerry Murray; Mark Schubert; Martin Haslehurst; Scott Thompson; Sharon Broekhuizen; Susanna Chan; and Tom Barham.

Additionally, new partners in the Consulting department include Aaron Davis; Alex Denison; Alex Micallef-Jones; Anna Martin; Anna Wojt; Balan Ambikaipalan; Mo Bashir; Pat Boyd; Pauline Sullivan; Peita Taylor; Rebeka Smith; Rowan Strain; Subhodeep Ghosh; and Tracy Murray.

Further, new partners in the Financial Advisory department include Akash Saraf; Allan Harrison; Andrew Hall; Andy Atherton; Angela Reid; Angela Sagoe-Crentsil; Ari Esmerian; Daniel Redmond; Darren Hall; Emmanuel Le Bertre; Funminiyi Oduko; James Wiley; Jasmin Kaur; Kathryn Parkinson; Laura Purbrick; Lindel Lombe; Lucien Laverdure; Mary Hu; Michael Lane; Natalie Perrin; Nathan Greenfield; Nawaz Isaji; Patricia Kalis; Rebecca Gill; Roshan Emmanuel; Rubal Walia; Ruhel Dalvi; Sarah D'Arcy; Sharyn Frawley; Stacey O'Dea; and Tom Wilson