Audit, tax and business services for the mid-tier landed the most partner appointments this year.
The majority of the appointments were focused in the firm’s Brisbane operations.
BDO national chair Helen Argiris said the appointments indicate the mid-tier’s aim to up the diversity of its offerings, particularly in the areas of organisational risk and governance.
“The appointments show our continued confidence, not only in our people, but in our clients and the Australian economy more broadly,” Ms Argiris said.
A full list of the appointments follows:
• Kerri-Ann Smee (Brisbane)
• Dennis On (Darwin)
• Andrew Howard (Brisbane)
• Daniel Clark (Brisbane)
• Guy Taylor (Brisbane)
• Sharnie Mitchell (Brisbane)
• Carl Di Lorenzo (Perth)
• Casmel Taziwa (Darwin)
• Matthew Cutt (Perth)
• Ryan Pollett (Sydney)
• Richard Swaby (Brisbane)
• Andrew Hillbeck (Perth)
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