Deloitte announces four new partners


Deloitte announces four new partners

Deloitte in Switzerland is pleased to announce the appointment of four new partners. Previously directors with the firm, Fabien Bryois, Nico Kleyn, Anna Mattsson Samanta and Mark Valentin have been promoted to partner, responsible for delivering the highest levels of client service.

Zurich, 25 June 2014 - Howard Lovell, CEO of Deloitte in Switzerland, commented: “Congratulations to our four new partners, we are delighted to have them in our team. All of them have demonstrated how a collaborative approach to client service can lead to great results. These partners represent the strength of Deloitte in Switzerland and we are committed to further driving growth for our clients.” 

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Fabien Bryois

Fabien Bryois is an Audit Partner in the Industry & Services group in Geneva, providing audit and advisory services to a variety of listed companies and international groups in the fields of consumer business and manufacturing. He also leads the Deloitte Financial Reporting Advisory Group in Western Switzerland. Fabien is a Swiss Certified Accountant with more than 14 years of experience. 

fabien bryois

Nico Kleyn

Nico Kleyn is a Consulting Partner, who leads the Life Sciences consulting group in Switzerland and co-leads Deloitte’s European Pricing Centre of Excellence. Nico has over 17 years’ experience advising multinationals in improving their top and bottom line, by developing and implementing growth strategies through commercial, operational and technology enabled transformation programmes. 

nico kleyn

Anna Mattsson Samanta

Anna Mattsson Samanta is a Corporate Finance Partner, who leads Deloitte’s Post Merger Integration team in Switzerland. Anna has more than twelve years of experience helping companies set up and deliver major cross-border integrations and separations. Anna’s primary focus is working with senior management in planning and executing complex integrations and separations, paying particular focus on defining the strategy, synergy acceleration and day-one-readiness. 

anna samanta

Mark Valentin

Mark Valentin is a partner in the Geneva Energy & Resources Audit group. He has more than 14 years of audit and transaction support experience serving the entire value chain of the Oil & Gas industry (upstream, downstream, trading and oil field services), with a particular focus on international markets.

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About Deloitte in Switzerland

Deloitte is a leading accounting and consulting company in Switzerland and provides industry-specific services in the areas of audit, tax, consulting and corporate finance. With approximately 1,100 employees at six locations in Basel, Berne, Geneva, Lausanne, Lugano and Zurich (headquarters), Deloitte serves companies and institutions of all legal forms and sizes in all industry sectors. Deloitte AG is a subsidiary of Deloitte LLP, the UK member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL). DTTL member firms comprise of approximately 200,000 employees in more than 150 countries around the world. 

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