(L-R) Top: Jaime Millan; Iva Gyurova; John Psaila, CEO & Managing Partner at Deloitte Luxembourg; Ajda Alev; Christophe Felice; Bottom: Julie André; Tomas Papousek; Marion Rory; Maxime Verac; Elena Petrova; Credit: Deloitte Luxembourg

On Thursday 23 May 2024, Deloitte Luxembourg announced the appointment of ten partners and one managing director, effective from 1 June 2024.

Deloitte Luxembourg noted that these appointments reinforce the "exceptional standards" the firm upholds and solidify its commitment to fostering a culture of "quality, integrity and excellence".

"With the promotion of these outstanding professionals, we demonstrate our commitment to expanding our multidisciplinary model and leading in those areas that are of increasing importance to our clients," commented John Psaila, CEO and Managing Partner at Deloitte Luxembourg. "As we welcome the new partners and managing directors into their roles, we are confident that their dedication to excellence will further drive our growth and strengthen our leading position in the market."

This cohort increases the total number of partners and managing directors at Deloitte Luxembourg to 168, strengthening the partnership that oversees the firm's team of more than 2,700 professionals.

New Managing Director

Julie André (Tax) joined Deloitte in 2017 and has more than eighteen years of experience in direct tax matters in the financial sector. She leads direct tax compliance work for banks, PSF, insurance and reinsurance companies, and mainstream asset management companies.

New Partners

Ajda Alev (ACG) joined Deloitte in 2011 and has thirteen years of experience in Belgium and Luxembourg. She advises clients on customer-centric digital transformation across several industries including public sector, utilities and transport. Ajda also co-founded Deloitte Luxembourg's Salesforce practice.

Christophe Felice (ACG) has over twelve years of experience within the insurance industry. Since 2011, he has been helping the firm's insurance clients to enhance, develop and implement scalable operating models that support their strategy. He has a track record in spearheading digital transformations, optimising processes and forging strategic partnerships.

Iva Gyurova (Tax) joined Deloitte Luxembourg’s Transfer Pricing team in 2014 after spending two years at Deloitte Bulgaria. She has extensive experience assisting multinational clients across different industries on a broad range of transfer pricing matters, such as global documentation, business restructurings and controversy management.

Marcell Köves (Tax) joined Deloitte in Luxembourg in 2015 and is part of the M&A tax advisory team. He focuses on real asset alternative investment managers, providing tailored tax advice for the design and implementation of Luxembourg fund and holding platforms and during the overall fund lifecycle at a cross-border level.

Jaime Millan (A&A) has more than thirteen years of audit experience in the real estate, fund and manufacturing industries in Luxembourg and Spain. Jaime joined Deloitte Luxembourg in 2013 and is a Réviseur d’Entreprises, a member of ROAC (Certified Public Auditor in Spain) and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) charterholder.

Tomas Papousek (Tax) has fifteen years of experience advising businesses from the financial services sector on VAT matters. During his career, he has focused on advising asset managers, management companies, banks and insurance companies on VAT.

Elena Petrova (ACG) joined Deloitte in 2014 in Risk Advisory. She moved to Financial Advisory in 2016 and now leads Debt Advisory services. Elena has extensive experience in supporting clients with credit risk management, non-performing loan resolution, loan valuation and raising debt financing.

Marion Rory (A&A) joined Deloitte Luxembourg in 2010 and specialises in the audit of commercial and industrial entities, and complex audits. She is a Réviseur d’entreprises and Co-Chair of the ILA working group dedicated to SMEs and family businesses.

Jonathan Streicher (Tax) is a Cross-Border Tax specialist for asset management and alternative investments with more than sixteen years of experience in investor tax reporting. Since joining in 2020, he has played a central role in developing Deloitte's end-to-end investor tax reporting solution for AIFs. He is a certified Steuerberater (German tax advisor) and assistant tax professor.

Maxime Verac (ACG) has extensive experience in cybersecurity, advising international organisations on improving their cybersecurity posture. He joined Deloitte in 2012 and now leads the Cyber Strategy and Transformation service offering. He holds multiple certifications, including CISSP, GSTRT and GCCC.

(L-R: Jonathan Streicher; Marcell Köves; Credits: Deloitte Luxembourg)