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PwC Australia appoints 107 new partners, adding 148 leaders in FY22

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PwC Australia today announced 107 additional new partner admissions, on top of the 41 admitted on January 1 this year, taking the total number of new partners this financial year to 148.

The new intake comprises a group of diverse, talented individuals from around the country and globally, and reflects the strong growth across the firm’s Assurance, Consulting and Financial Advisory businesses, as well as demand in growth markets including Cybersecurity, Integrated Infrastructure, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).

Of the 107 new admissions, 65 are internal promotions and 23 are new to the firm. There are three international transfers in this round as well as 16 market leading tax partners who have joined from Greenwoods.

Two candidates will also be admitted to the PNG partnership on 1 July (PwC Australia is a majority shareholder of the PNG firm and manages the partner admission process).

Within the businesses, Assurance admitted 21 new partners (19%), Consulting admitted 34 new partners (32%) and Financial Advisory admitted the highest number with 51 partners (48%). The remaining two admissions were in internal services.

The new partners mean PwC Australia’s partnership is now made up of 862 partners, up from 775 this time last year. 

List of PwC Australia partner admissions from 3 January to 1 July 2022:

Full nameBusiness (LoS)Admission Type
Aaron FenwickAssuranceInternal
Abbie CookeFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Adam CunninghamAssuranceInternal
Adam ThompsonAssuranceInternal
Alan GarnerAssuranceInternal
Allan ChenFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Amy StonehamAssuranceInternal
Amy ZhouConsultingInternal
Andrea ClaneyAssuranceInternal
Andrew HirstFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Andrew HoweFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Andrew KorlosFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Andrew VincentFinancial AdvisoryNew to Firm
Andrew WhiteFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Anthony VlavianosFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Belinda LouisFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Brett FairbankConsultingInternal
Britt HaddyConsultingInternal
Cameron BallEnabling FunctionsNew to Firm
Cameron BlackwoodFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Cameron MckennaFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Carly Scudamore-SmithFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Chris AboudFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Chris ColleyFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Chris NeilFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Chris WickenhauserAssurance – PNGInternal
Claudia GanoraFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Connie HeaneyConsultingInternal
Damien BrownConsultingInternal
Daniel SydesFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
David BondFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Diane WinnardAssuranceInternal
Edin MahirFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Eloise PowerConsultingNew to Firm
Fiona McIntryeFinancial AdvisoryNew to Firm
Fleur LaurenceConsultingNew to Firm
Florence RiviereFinancial AdvisoryNew to Firm
Gareth CoombsConsultingInternal
Gavin BrownConsultingInternal
Georgina BoxFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Grant BrownFinancial AdvisoryNew to Firm
Gyanam SadanandaConsultingInternal
Helen SkinnerAssuranceInternal
Hiral MistryFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Iara MorrisAssuranceInternal
Jaclyn HopeFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Jake BoyleAssuranceInternal
James OggConsultingInternal
Jane FearnConsultingInternal
Jane QuodlingConsultingNew to Firm
Janette O’NeillConsultingNew to Firm
Jenny ScottConsultingInternal
Jessica FinlayConsultingInternal
Jillian GardnerFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Jodie HatchConsultingNew to Firm
Joe VeckchalikanonAssuranceInternal
Josh DayFinancial AdvisoryInternal
Julian PinsonFinancial AdvisoryGreenwoods
Kamban VythilingumAssuranceNew to Firm
Karl MackenzieFinancial AdvisoryInternational Transfer
Kate HealyConsultingInternal
Kate Outen

PwC Australia CEO Tom Seymour said, “I am excited to welcome our new partners to the PwC Australia partnership who are some of the brightest minds in the country. Our FY22 admissions has surpassed the previous year as the single largest intake of new partners in PwC Australia’s history,”

“These promotions are a significant career milestone and demonstrate our commitment to building great career paths for our people across all our businesses.”

“We’re also extremely proud of the hard work we’ve put in as a firm to make our partnership more diverse and inclusive. This financial year 41% of our partnership admissions are female and 21% are from a non-European diverse cultural background. We are continuing to accelerate our efforts to make our partnership more diverse and inclusive.”

“Growth is the focus of our firmwide strategy which we define as ‘leading through growth’ – the growth of our clients, of our people, and through delivering impact for our communities, enabled through,” he said

“The New Equation. Our new partners are a key element of The New Equation – they are deep subject matter experts joining PwC’s diverse community of solvers coming together to help our clients solve complex problems and develop sustainable solutions.”

“We’re thrilled to welcome this diverse and talented group to our partnership and congratulate them on this significant achievement,” said Seymour

The TBN team is a well establish group of technology industry professionals with backgrounds in IT Systems, Business Communications and Journalism.

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The TBN team is a well establish group of technology industry professionals with backgrounds in IT Systems, Business Communications and Journalism.

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