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Peter Prendiville says WA’s tourism sector will emerge stronger from a difficult period. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Business leaders see potential

Diversifying Western Australia’s economy to reduce reliance on mining and resources has been a goal of successive governments, but recent evidence shows the state is losing ground in key areas.

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EY

Accountants

1st-EY655
2nd-Deloitte530
3rd↑PwC510
4th↓KPMG473
5th-RSM288
102 accountants ranked by number of accountants (including partners) in WA

Full-time in-house consultants

1st-Ajilon531
2nd-AdvisianNFP
3rd-EY190
4th-Deloitte190
5th↑RPS178
165 consulting firms ranked by number of full-time WA inhouse consultants

Corporate finance employees

1st-EY68
2nd-Deloitte44
3rd↓KPMG31
4th↑PwC30
5th↑BDO22
74 corporate finance ranked by staff in corporate finance area (WA)

Insolvency professionals

7th↑McGrathNicol15
8th↑EY14
10th↑Cor Cordis14
11th↓PPB Advisory11
42 insolvency practitioners ranked by number of professional staff working in insolvency (WA)

Legal professionals

47th↓Cullen Macleod16
48th-Jones Day15
49th↓EY22
50th↓Dwyer Durack14
51st↓MDS Legal14
120 law firms and patent attorneys ranked by total number of legal professionals (add a-d)

Number of Employees

Accountants

1stEY690
2ndPwC575
3rdDeloitte550
4thKPMG513
5thRSM402

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