On the rise: Deloitte delivers three years of double digit growth and Queensland rides the wave
21 June 2017: Deloitte Australia today reported revenues for the year ending 31 May 2017 (FY17) of $1.76 billion, an increase of 15% over
“Two years ago Deloitte took on a new strategy and made clear choices as to the industries, market sectors and clients we would focus on. I’m delighted to say the choices we have made are paying off and we are increasingly sought out as a trusted partner for clients as they transform their businesses.”
John Greig, Managing Partner Queensland said: “The economic terrain for Queensland is changing. There are powerful global forces at play, some of which will continue to fundamentally change the future of Queensland. If we can navigate these changes well, Queensland will be offered unprecedented opportunities for growth and development in the future. For Queensland to be a future maker, rather than
“Deloitte is the world’s largest professional services firm, and just one example of how we are responding to these challenges is the addition of two of the new alliances announced this year with global technology giants, Apple and Amazon Web Services. These alliances, along with our existing relationships with major suppliers, are assisting us to accelerate our ability to meet our clients’ needs in Queensland as it shifts towards a more diversified and connected economy.”
Eight new partners in Queensland swell the state’s partner ranks to 59
Greig said: “As Queensland rides the wave of both our global and national strength, I am proud to announce that our own growth in Queensland is again double digit at 13%.
“Our strong financial performance, coupled with our confidence in the future opportunities for the state, has resulted in the appointment of six new partners, in addition to the two new partners who joined the Queensland office as lateral hires over the past year. This new generation of leaders adds to those we already have.
“I am also flagging the imminent announcement of two
Brisbane Deloitte new partners
Niki Bingham, Risk Advisory, Brisbane: Since joining Deloitte, Niki has helped grow the Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure (THL) sectors nationally. She brings this expertise to her global THL Risk Advisory
Joanna Spanjaard, Risk Advisory: Joanna’s diverse background is instrumental in supporting boards think differently about risk and how to transform it into
Phil Windus, Financial Advisory: Phil has invested his career in the Deloitte Real Estate Occupier Advisory practice. With deep experience in both public and private real estate infrastructure, Phil leads the Occupier Advisory Australian practice. He is also a senior leader for Deloitte Real Estate globally. Phil is an active parent of two young children.
James Petterson, Tax: James gained more than 15 years’ experience working with the Queensland Office of State Revenue and other large firms. Since joining Deloitte five years ago, James has led and grown the Brisbane state taxes practice specialising in stamp duty, payroll tax, land tax and state royalties across all Australian jurisdictions. As a tax representative on Brisbane’s Deloitte Foundation committee, James is committed to giving back to the community and is an active parent.
Nathan Furness, Deloitte Private: Since joining Deloitte in 2004, Nathan has developed his career in both Canada and his
David Orr, Financial Advisory: Dave leads Brisbane’s SME insolvency
New Partners in FY17
Enid Hughes, Consulting Human Capital: Enid is focused on the workforce of the future and assisting her primarily public sector clients to navigate digital disruption by not just adapting and adopting, but by excelling in the digital world. Enid is passionate about human resources and workforce technology, and the delivery of a more engaged workforce and so better business outcomes through adopting new technologies and embracing transformational change. As with many of this year’s new
Leandré Malan, A&A Advisory: Leandré joined the Brisbane
Pivot to Global
As Deloitte CEO, Cindy Hook noted when announcing the firm’s strategy and its FY16 growth: “Deloitte Australia is now placing more focus on its global networks and especially Asia, with our senior leaders working more closely than ever with our colleagues Japan, China, Southeast Asia, India, and New Zealand, on how we can bring our capabilities together to deliver better outcomes for clients across the region and the globe.”
Greig added: “This pivot to global and the focus on our Asian neighbours will continue to help us leverage the fact that Queensland has what the world wants. Our