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Deloitte appoints 17 new leaders


Deloitte appoints 17 new leaders

· Seven new partner and ten new director appointments underpin growth across the country

Wellington, New Zealand, 13 February 2018 – Deloitte is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new equity partners and ten new directors, effective from 1 December 2017.

The new partner appointments bring the total number of equity partners across the firm’s six offices to 114.

Deloitte’s presence in the Central North Island, and in particular in the Māori sector, is bolstered by the admission of Lee Gray and Tamarapa Lloyd who have joined the Rotorua office.

Marco Ciobo and Sonia Breeze have been appointed consulting partners in Auckland and are focused on New Zealand’s biggest city.

In the South Island, Heidi Rautjoki is an assurance and advisory partner in Dunedin along with two new partner additions in Christchurch, Richard Bailey in corporate finance and David Seath in risk advisory.

Deloitte New Zealand Chief Executive Thomas Pippos says the latest appointments reflect the firm’s ongoing investment in its people, its focus on diversity and inclusion, and its commitment to the continued growth of the New Zealand practice.

“Our investment in seven new partners reflects both the current demand for our services and our optimism for the future,” says Mr Pippos.

“They bring diverse experience to their roles and underscore our absolute commitment to delivering the highest level of service to clients across the entire country,” he said.

For more information about our new leaders, go to www.deloitte.com/nz/newpartners.

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