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Deloitte boosts risk practice with four appointments

Deloitte welcomes four new partners to its risk arm, specialising in areas including internal audit and technology assurance

DELOITTE HAS APPOINTED four new partners to its Enterprise Risk Services practice, which boasts around 1,000 professionals UK-wide.

Morag Childs, Gareth James, Alex Petsopoulos and Chris Recchia are among the 63 partners recently promoted to the firm’s four key areas of audit, tax, consulting and corporate finance.

The new partners are specialised variously in internal audit and risk management, data and financial assurances, IT security projects and technology audit.

Simon Owen, lead partner for Enterprise Risk Services in the UK and EMEA, said: “The extensive and specialist client service experience that Morag, Gareth, Alex and Chris have is second to none. We are confident that, as new partners, each will continue to excel in their respective areas of expertise.”

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