ANNA MARKS, an audit partner specialising in accounting and due diligence, has been elected to Deloitte’s UK partner board.
At 40, she is one of the youngest women ever elected to the role, and chairman David Cruickshank said “she will bring a fresh perspective to out board’s business, particularly in the strategy area”.
The firm has announced it expects to double the proportion of females on the board from 20% to 40% in the coming year.
Marks has a particular focus on aviation and travel, and said she is “hugely honoured” to take on the role “at a time when there is a huge amount of momentum and enthusiasm in the firm”.
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