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Don Manifold Advisory Partner’s Expansion Plans

Don Manifold

Don Manifold is the new managing partner of the Southern Hemisphere arm of the global strategy consulting firm Manifold Advisory Partners. Manifold is a widely known and respected leader in the accounting and advisory space. Don began his career at Adelaide and has worked in London.

He has also been a vocal advocate for higher professional standards, particularly auditing and financial reporting. In this interview, Don Manifold discusses why he joined MAP, his views on the state of audit quality in Adelaide, Australia, what he’ll focus on in his role with MAP, and how non-audit services firms can improve their value to clients.

Manifold Advisory Partner’s Expansion Plans in Australia and New Zealand

Tell us more about MAP’s expansion plans in Australia and New Zealand. What are the most important considerations in growing a consulting practice in this world? We are delighted to have hired 15 new partners in the Southern Hemisphere, 13 of them from EY’s Australasian practices. It is a region that is important to us and has been growing for some years now, with more than 100 partners in Australia, New Zealand, and the Asia Pacific region in total.

Manifold Advisory Partner’s Role in the Auditing Environment

Audit quality is critical to the success of companies and their investors, and the economy. Audit practices must be robust and compliant with the applicable standards and rules. Audit practices rely on skilled teams with deep expertise and insight. We partner with audit firms to provide non-audit services that support audit teams – such as data analytics, regulatory advice, technology, and risk and compliance services.


We try to partner with the best people and organizations in the world to tackle the biggest problems. Our ambition at Manifold Advisory Partner is to be the leading global consulting firm with a truly global network and a culture of excellence and collaboration.

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