Client care is at the heart of the newest partners at Pitcher Partners

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The Pitcher Partners network has announced six partners in the 2020 Partner intake.

John Brazzale, National Chairman of the Pitcher Partners National Association congratulated the newest crop of partners, noting that this is welcomed news at a time when care, commitment and support is needed most.

“Yesterday’s announcement is recognition of years of dedication of our newly appointment partners in living our firm ethos of personal client care and high professional standards,” said Mr Brazzale.

“Career growth must continue, even during trying times, to sure up the future of the next generation of trusted advisors. The journey to partner is a humbling one, characterised by drive and commitment to making business personal for the many business owners and leaders leading the middle-market – the engine room of Australia’s economy.

“Client care and support is at the heart of what we do, and this support is more important than ever as businesses navigate unprecedented challenges, but also newfound opportunities,” said Mr Brazzale.

The new partners are based across Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle and Sydney and bring diversity in thought and experience, as well an unrivalled commitment to building their practices and supporting clients.

  • Chris Hanna – Principal, Private Business and Family Advisory- Adelaide
  • Cheryl Mason – Partner, Audit and Assurance – Brisbane
  • Kieran Wallis – Partner, Corporate Finance – Brisbane
  • David Bedford – Partner, Investment Advisory – Melbourne
  • Peter Lawrence – Partner, Private Business and Family Advisory – Newcastle
  • Jake Berger – Partner, Private Business and Family Advisory – Sydney

Upon the announcement, John Brazzale said the addition to the already strong partnership team underpins our firms of tomorrow with the new leaders to champion causes important to businesses and individuals around the country and the globe through connection with the Baker Tilly network.

“The middle-market is doing it tough due to COVID-19 and it’s our job to support our clients to foster stronger business investment, which will in turn fuel employment opportunities and the economy,” said Mr Brazzale.

“Today’s news does not come as an overnight decision. It has been years in the making for our colleagues, whom have demonstrated consistent care and commitment to our clients, particularly in times of need like the world we find ourselves in today.”

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