Ms. Loveridge is a senior partner in the Financial Services Assurance practice of PwC. She is deputy chair of the Board of Partners and chair of the Partner Admissions Committee for the Australian firm.
Ms. Loveridge has worked across a range of clients in the banking, property, private equity, and wealth management sectors. Most recently she was audit signing partner for 13th largest global bank by market capitalisation and is presently the lead partner for PwC’s advisory and consulting relationship with the world’s 20th largest bank by market capitalisation. Ms. Loveridge is passionate about leadership and management of high performing teams and how to develop leaders drawing on the full, and diverse, talent available.
As deputy chair of PwC, Ms. Loveridge regularly hosts roundtables and discussion forums with non-executive directors, senior politicians, bureaucrats, and public sector leaders as well as international academics covering a diverse range of topics, including governance, remuneration policies, public policy developments (productivity initiatives, infrastructure challenges, allocation of resources to particular sectors), and international investment opportunities. As a result of her broad areas of responsibility and experience, Ms. Loveridge understands the importance of, and the issues involved in, the application of accounting, auditing, and professional standards from both a professional and business perspective.
Ms Loveridge was born and educated in the UK and graduated from University of Reading with a BA (Joint Honours) in French and Economics. She is a Member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and a Fellow of the ICAA.