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BDO WA chairman Sherif Andrawes. Photo: Attila Csaszar

CEO lunch with Sherif Andrawes

Born in Egypt and raised in Scotland, Sherif Andrawes brings a world of experience to his role as WA chair of global accounting firm BDO, as Business News discovered over lunch at Julio’s in West Perth.

Perth is a long way from the land of his birth, and even further from where he grew up, but Sherif Andrawes believes he felt instantly at home when he moved to Western Australia in the mid-1990s.

“When I came to Perth for the first time, I felt like everyone was like me, they were all new,” Mr Andrawes told Business News. “If you are good here, you will do well. It’s meritocracy.”

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