BusinessPeople In BusinessDeloitte partner takes Great Portland Estates FD role

Deloitte partner takes Great Portland Estates FD role

Nick Sanderson joins former Deloitte chairman Martin Scicluna on GPE's board

A Deloitte partner is making the switch into a senior business role.

Nick Sanderson, currently head of real estate corporate finance advisory at Deloitte, is set to join Great Portland Estates as finance director.

Sanderson previously spent ten years as a managing director at Nomura. He qualified as a chartered accountant with Arthur Andersen in 1998.

His appointment was welcomed by Great Portland’s chairman Martin Scicluna, who was himself former chairman of Deloitte UK between 1995 and 2007.

Great Portland Estates is audited by Deloitte, but Sanderson has had no involvement in the Great Portland Estates account.

He makes the switchover with effect from 25 July.

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