PracticeAccounting FirmsNorth West partner promotions for Deloitte

North West partner promotions for Deloitte

Deloitte's North West region gains nine senior level appointments, including two partners

BIG FOUR firm Deloitte has added nine staff members to its north west division, including two partners and seven directors.

John Cooper and Martin Krivinskas will both become partners at Deloitte, both having worked their way up the corporate ladder.

Cooper joined Deloitte as a graduate 18 years ago and advises on major city centre regeneration projects. His work has made a vital contribution to some of Manchester’s most transformative residential and commercial developments.

Krivinskas has worked in the firm’s tax division for almost six years with expertise in corporate and international tax issues.

The seven new directors are: Donna Baker, Helen Cadman and Paul Farr (all tax), Carl Acton, Helen Cutting and Michael Stallard (all audit and risk advisory) and Paul Greenall (consulting).

It seems that region has been crying out for more accountancy partners, as in June, top six firm BDO BDO announced the appointment of Ed Dwan to lead partner to oversee its operations in the north west of the country.

Richard Bell, practice senior partner at Deloitte in the North West, said: “I am extremely proud of our latest promotions. They have each made a significant contribution to our practice in the North West and continue to deliver exceptional results for our clients.

“As the North of England is gaining a more prominent position on the global stage, it is essential that we continue to invest in talent and develop our expertise across our service lines.”

Last month, Deloitte promoted a record number of women to partner as part of the firm’s efforts to increase diversity among its partner base.

The Big Four firm has added 80 new partners with effect from 1 June, 24 of which are women.

Related Articles

BDO promotes 1,110 people

Accounting Firms BDO promotes 1,110 people

3w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Top 50+50: Firms fall short on diversity

Accounting Firms Top 50+50: Firms fall short on diversity

2m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Deloitte global revenues hit record $38.8bn

Accounting Firms Deloitte global revenues hit record $38.8bn

2m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Deloitte rises in auditor rankings with most FTSE 250 clients

Accounting Firms Deloitte rises in auditor rankings with most FTSE 250 clients

3m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Partner joins BDO from KPMG

Accounting Firms Partner joins BDO from KPMG

3m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
284 new trainees join BDO

Accounting Firms 284 new trainees join BDO

3m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Partner moves from EY to Smith & Williamson

Accounting Firms Partner moves from EY to Smith & Williamson

3m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
PwC to take over from Deloitte as Diploma auditor

Accounting Firms PwC to take over from Deloitte as Diploma auditor

3m Alia Shoaib, Reporter