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Deloitte adds three partners to its Financial Advisory business
21 March 2022
- Jonathan Tyler joins as a Real Assets Advisory partner to lead Real Assets Technology
- Claire Foxall joins as an Advisory Corporate Finance partner in the Government & Infrastructure practice
- Bhaskar Acharya joins as an Advisory Corporate Finance partner in the Corporate Turnaround practice
Deloitte announces it has hired three new partners into its UK Financial Advisory business, accessing new areas.
Jonathan Tyler has joined Deloitte as a partner to lead the Real Assets Technology team, helping owners and occupiers optimise their real estate portfolios through complex digital transformations. Meanwhile Claire Foxall joins Deloitte as a partner in the Government & Infrastructure practice within Advisory Corporate Finance. These follow the appointment in January of Bhaskar Acharya as a partner in the Corporate Turnaround practice.
Richard Bell, head of Financial Advisory at Deloitte commented: “These three appointments show the depth of our specialist sector reach as we branch out from the traditional corporate finance offering.
“Jonathan will focus on enhancing systems within real estate portfolios, which typically have not kept up with technological advances. His work will deliver cost savings, highlight where to invest or sell and importantly help occupiers deliver their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) commitments. Claire will focus on our public sector work and new challenges within supply chains and procurement, while Bhaskar will work in the vitally important corporate turnaround space.
“Taken together, these three leaders in their field show a clear direction of travel as we continue on a path of growth right across our Financial Advisory business and into new areas.”
Jonathan Tyler joined Deloitte after seven years at IBM. He is an expert in complex digital transformations that help owners and occupiers optimise their real estate portfolios and ecosystems using big data, Internet of things (IoT)/Edge, AI and Blockchain solutions.
Claire Foxall has spent the past twelve years working as an independent consulting practitioner, after starting her career with Accenture focusing on public sector clients. She specialises in complex procurements, as well as how to implement new social value, diversity and inclusion policies within a supply chain.
Bhaskar Acharya joined Deloitte in January as a partner in the firm’s Corporate Turnaround practice. He is working alongside Chris Skinner in the firm’s Performance Improvement services offering in the UK, with a focus on originating special situations. He was previously a principal at Apollo Global Management, focused on private credit, distressed debt and special situations.
The business has also made a new director hire.
Claire Goodier joined Deloitte as a director from Walgreens Boots Alliance where she developed and built their Intellectual Property (IP) department. She has a background in medical biochemistry and a masters in intellectual property law. Claire will work with the IP Advisory team on IP operations optimisation projects.
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