In what Deloitte labelled a “significant addition” to its corporate finance presence, the team from WA-based Torridon Partners has officially joined the big four firm.
Business development advice, including strategy and financial modelling, as well as financial advisory and capital markets advice, are key areas of expertise for Torridon Partners.
The firm has particular focus and experience in the resources and infrastructure sectors, according to Deloitte.
The team will join Deloitte’s established WA corporate finance practice, and founders Neville Gardiner and Jeremy Carlberg will become Deloitte financial advisory partners.
“Deloitte has a corporate finance team strong in key areas, and Torridon’s arrival will complement our existing strengths in the market,” said Deloitte’s chief executive Cindy Hook.
The managing partner for financial advisory at Deloitte, Clare Harding, believes the move complements the big four firm’s existing focus on infrastructure and capital programs.
“Neville Gardiner and Jeremy Carlberg are experienced corporate finance advisory professionals who have a deep understanding of the WA market and strong relationships right across the infrastructure and resources sectors,” she added.
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