BusinessPeople In BusinessLord Warner joins Deloitte as strategic adviser

Lord Warner joins Deloitte as strategic adviser

Former Blair government minister joins Deloitte public sector practice

Deloitte has recruited former government minister Lord Warner to join its
public sector practice as a strategic adviser.

The appointment of Lord Warner, who served a minister of state reform in the
Department of Health, is the latest in a string of appointments of high-profile
public sector figures at Deloitte.

Former permanent secretary to the Department of Culture, Dame Sue Street,
works on the Deloitte public sector team, the FSA’s former accounting regulator
Kari Hale works for Deloitte as does Nick Prior, former head of the Ministry of
Defence’s private finance unit.

Sir Digby Jones, a former CBI director-general, also had a spell at the firm
before becoming trade minister.

Further reading:

Deloitte snares MOD heavyweight

Deloitte bags another big-name adviser

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