Deloitte WA welcomes four new partners in FY19 intake
14 June 2018: Professional services firm Deloitte is adding to its Australian leadership by promoting four new partners in Western Australia for FY19.
Deloitte Western Australia Managing Partner Michael McNulty said: “I am very excited and proud to welcome Jacqui Peachey, Antoinette Quinlan, Lauren Jones and Paul Snowden. They represent a continued investment in Western Australia which we have maintained throughout the economic cycle and reflect our confidence in the resilience and positive outlook for our state. These new partners bring unique capabilities into our partnership across the business in a year which has also seen us add six other partners across multiple domains.”
The four promotions were part of an intake of 68 new partners for Deloitte Australia for FY19.
Deloitte Chief Executive Cindy Hook said; “Deloitte’s success is built on its great people and our new partners will help shape tomorrow's outcomes for our clients and our people. They have the chance to make a real impact that matters for our brand, for our business, and in our community.
“Together with the 61 lateral hires we welcomed throughout 2018, we are investing in people with deep sector, industry and technical expertise. We develop the solutions required by our clients to help them face an environment of technology enabled business change and solve the complex problems confronting them such as conduct, cyber risk, digital transformation, growth, operational excellence and the future of work.
“Deloitte’s reputation as a great place to work is also highlighted in that eight of the new promotions have risen through the firm after starting as graduates, while another six started their careers at Deloitte, went and worked elsewhere then returned. This demonstrates the ability to create flexible career experiences,” said Hook.
Four out of the ten Western Australia partner promotes and lateral hires are women – representing 40 per cent of the intake.
“We are in the business of developing leaders capable of shaping and owning the major issues that are most important for our clients, the Western Australian agenda and the community in which we live and work,” said McNulty.
Deloitte’s new Perth partners as of 1 July are:
- Paul Snowden, Consulting
With his deep operational and asset management knowledge and experience, Paul’s speciality is 'operational excellence meets operational technology', driving initiatives such as 'digital twins' - a digital replica of physical assets. He focuses on the use of leading-edge technologies in the enablement of operational improvement in asset intensive industries, specifically energy and resources
- Antoinette Quinlan, Tax
Antoinette advises clients around innovation, research & development (R&D) and government incentives. She works with multinationals, small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups across a broad range of industries in both Europe and Australia
- Lauren Jones, Tax
Lauren’s work has a strong focus on M&A in the energy and resources sector. Her journey to partnership has seen her work on some of the biggest M&A transactions in Australia
- Jacqui Peachey, Deloitte Private
Jacqui is a tax expert who works with a large range of private clients, assisting with their various compliance and lodgement obligations, and providing business advisory and transactional advice.
In addition, Deloitte also welcomed six other partners in Western Australia in recent months:
- Vincent Snijders, Audit & Assurance
Vincent joined the Perth team after five years at Deloitte West Africa in Lagos where he led the expansion of the region’s energy and resources business. His experience includes serving large listed and multinational companies with Deloitte in The Netherlands, Middle East, and most recently in Nigeria
- Giles Nunis, Consulting
Giles joined the Perth Technology Strategy and Architecture team in April from the Western Australian Government where he was Chief Information Officer. He has a proven track record of leadership and a reputation for delivery across both the public and private sectors.
- Jillian McCorkindale, Deloitte Private
Jillian is corporate tax expert whose business experience has been gained in Australia and the United Kingdom. She works closely with emerging businesses across a range of industries to understand their issues and opportunities and provide effective tax planning and advisory solutions
- Hendri Mentz, Risk Advisory
Hendri leads the risk advisory team in Perth. He is recognised as a pre-eminent specialist in the design of risk, control and financial management frameworks. He has been responsible for the delivery of a large number of major internal and external audits and has led a number of significant financial management consulting engagements, exposing him to all aspects of organisational governance
- Mark Upton, Tax
Mark is the firm’s R&D leader for Western Australia. With a depth of experience advising and preparing strategically focussed R&D claims across multiple industries, predominantly in resources, agriculture and emerging technology, Mark has been the lead partner on a number of R&D claims for Australia’s largest mining companies
- Chris Jenkins, Tax
Chris is an indirect tax expert both in implementing GST systems and providing GST advice and business structuring for privately held and listed organisations across a number of sectors in Australia, the United Kingdom and Malaysia.
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