Margaret Ewing has been promoted onto the executive board at Deloitte, just
nine months after rejoining the firm as a vice-chairman.
Ewing, formerly BAA finance director, will continue to focus on providing
business opportunities for the firm through her understanding of current and
future challenges faced by FDs.
Ewing is joined by Graham Richardson on the executive. Richardson, the London
office’s senior partner, has served as a partner for 20 year at the firm.
John Connolly, Deloitte senior partner and chief executive, said: ‘Margaret
and Graham have a wealth of experience and lead significant business areas
within the firm. Their focus is on providing a range of financial, consulting
and advisory services to our clients.’
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