Deloitte unveils Partner and Director promotions in North West

18 June 2018 3 min. read
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As the Big Four firm looks to meet growing demand in the region, Deloitte has made nine senior promotions across its North West practice. Eight Directors and one new Partner have been rewarded for their hard work, as the company looks to continue its positive results in the locale.

Lyndsey Fallon is the Big Four firm’s latest partner. A former EY Executive, Fallon joined Deloitte in 2007, and in the 11 years since, she has become responsible for the firm’s conduct risk and regulatory team within the regional financial services practice. In addition to her elevation, Deloitte has also named eight new Directors.

Mark Westbrook has been with Deloitte since 2005. A qualified chartered accountant specialising on risk and control, particularly in IT systems, he was most recently a Senior Manager within Deloitte’s Enterprise Risk Services Practice. Matthew Smith meanwhile takes on a new role as Director in Deloitte North West’s International audit practice, leading on audit and assurance projects for multinational US listed and IFRS clients, specialising in manufacturing and consumer business.

Since 2008 Tim Bridge has been with Deloitte, becoming Sports Business Senior Manager in 2011, before his latest promotion. Now, he takes up the role of Director in the firm’s Sports Business Group, working globally with a number of leading sports organisations across a range of consulting services. Daniel Mowbray has been with the firm for eight years, working with large global, FTSE100/250 and large private companies across industry sectors in that time. He now takes on the role of Director in Risk Advisory, leading Deloitte’s external audit analytics team, providing assurance and insight through the use of data.Lyndsey Fallon and Richard Bell - DeloitteManchester-based Peter Braddock has worked for Deloitte since 2009, and has worked on a number of high profile secondments, including a spell as a Business Analyst for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. Braddock is now a Director for Audit and Assurance, leading on Equity Capital Market transactions and Private-Equity backed audits. Having arrived at Deloitte in 2006, Rosina Murdoch has experience in large scale organisation transformation programmes, with a focus on the people aspects of change management to support business improvement. She will now utilise that skillset as a Director in Consulting, working primarily with central government departments on large scale organisation transformation programmes.

Prior to Deloitte, Katie Minton spent time working in the financial services sector for Britannia Building Society and the Co-op. Now, she has been promoted to the rank of Director in Human Capital Consulting, focusing on client challenges at the intersection of business and people. Finally, ex-Homes and Communities Agency Investment Manager Nic Hartley will now work as Director in Deloitte’s Real Estate Consulting wing in the North West, helping the public sector with real estate strategy and transformation programmes.

Richard Bell, Senior Partner for Deloitte in the North West, said, "These promotions recognise the hard work and dedication that each of them has put in over a sustained period… At Deloitte, we strive to attract and retain the very best talent, and these promotions are testament to our commitment to develop our people and provide them with opportunities to excel.”

Related: Deloitte strengthens Transaction Services practice in North of England.