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Deloitte welcomes 63 new partners

Deloitte promotes 63 personnel to partner, of which 30 are equity contributors

DELOITTE has bumped 63 personnel up to the role of partner, of which 30 are full equity partners.

In addition to the 30 direct-entry partners hired from outside the firm in the last year, this brings the total number to 953, of which 711 have contributed financially.

David Sproul, new chief executive officer and senior partner, said: “I am excited by the contribution our new partners will make to the future success of our clients, who are facing tough and unpredictable market environments.”

The new partners will enter the firm’s four key business areas – audit, tax, consulting and corporate finance – and will be based in Switzerland and the UK.

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