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Helping businesses to reinvent New Zealand

Introducing our new partners

PwC New Zealand welcomes 12 partners as the firm grows to help businesses navigate through the pandemic and reimagine New Zealand’s future.

Watch our video featuring Mark Averill, CEO and Senior Partner, and our new partners.

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Annabell Chartres

Sustainability and climate change

  • "Climate change is no longer something that New Zealand business can ignore. It changes every aspect of how they think about business. It is now something that every business and every individual needs to face into."

Amy Ellis

Corporate finance and transactions

  • "2021 is a year for businesses to be bold. For hard hit businesses, it’s time to think and plan to rebuild strongly. For COVID resilient businesses it’s about creating value and consolidating on the gains you’ve made."

Dr. Monique Faleafa

Health and wellbeing

  • "As the pandemic continues to impact people and businesses, we’ll see a rise in mental distress, and more Kiwis needing more help and support."

James Harper

Strategy consulting

  • "COVID19 is a catalyst for a strategy reset like we’ve never seen before. Organisations must focus on enduring changes, and reposition for success."

Andrew Jamieson

Strategy for private business

  • "In 2021 we’re facing more uncertainty then ever before, so strategies need to be dynamic, inclusive, experimental, and designed more widely than the executive."

Tina Kilmister-Blue

Private office

  • "The iwi or family balance sheet is worthless unless you do something useful with it. Investing in markets is all about probabilities, not benchmarks. We are outcome driven."

Rajul Makan


  • "There are lots of benefits for clients in technology in tax. Particularly efficiencies allow more time spent on the value add and analysing the tax calculations."

Craig Maskell

Cybersecurity and digital identity

  • "Businesses need to take control of their digital identity landscape, as they adopt more cloud services and managed services."

Tom McCallum


  • "Being a good corporate citizen is an increasing focus for our clients. Business owners and management not only want to be compliant with their taxes, they also realise it is critical to their brand."

Sarah Thomson

Business transformation

  • "To be fit for future, organisations will need to think about building in the changes that the pandemic has presented. Businesses need to build in agility, and take an integrated approach to change."

Sarah Turner

Audit and assurance

  • "The audit process is continuing to evolve through the use of technology. For clients it simplifies the process, increases consistency and audit quality."

Vasana Vanpraseuth

Audit and assurance

  • "I believe that audit quality and transparency is fundamental to the role of the auditor and the trust we bring to the capital markets. Transparency of the audit has evolved over the years, from the reporting of key audit matters in audit opinions to the release to PwC NZ's Assurance Transparency Report in November 2020, the first of its kind for a NZ audit firm."
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