Deloitte's Perth office has gained six new partners as part of the accounting firm's annual round of appointments.
The six are amongst 56 new partners, including 17 women, appointed to Deloitte's 16 Australian offices.
Another 37 were recruited into the firm over the past 12 months.
The appointments came as Deloitte announced a 6.5 per cent increase in annual revenues to $1.16 billion for its 2013-14 financial year to May 31.
Chief executive Giam Swiegers admitted the year had been another challenging one for the professional services sector with "global trends" driving change across the industry.
"In addition to investing in our consulting and advisory services, this has included the redesign of our services in tax, audit and accounting," Mr Swiegers said.
The new Perth partners: Jennifer Morris (consulting), Alan Marshall (consulting), Thomas Hodgkins (Deloitte Private), Matthew Yearsley (Deloitte Private), Omesh Motiwalla (financial advisory services) and Steve Andreazza (tax).
In addition, Philip Teale has transferred from the Adelaide practice to Deloitte's local accounting advisory and finance transformation Practice.