Chief Executive Officer of PwC Australia and Vice Chairman, PwC Asia Pacific, PwC Australia
Luke Sayers AM is the Chief Executive Officer of PwC Australia and Vice Chairman for PwC Asia Pacific.
Luke leads a team of more than 700 partners and 8000 staff who are focused on building trust in society and helping businesses solve their most important problems. The firm is committed to helping solve some of the biggest challenges and opportunities facing society including Australia’s engagement with Asia, how we can build thriving and growing cities, and how we can innovate and secure our nation’s place in the digital world.
Luke joined the firm in 1991, initially working with clients in the information communications industry. He has been a Global Relationship Partner for some of the firm’s largest clients and lived in Washington DC for five years before returning to Australia in 2001. Luke has been a Member of the Australian leadership team since 2004. He was the Tax and Legal Business Leader for four years, the Markets Leader from 2008 and he was appointed National Managing Partner in 2010. Luke commenced as Chief Executive Officer in April 2012.
In addition to his work at PwC, Luke has long term commitments to community organisations and external Boards. He is currently on the Board of the Carlton Football Club and chairs the Melbourne Chapter of the Australian Business and Community Network (ABCN) as well as not-for-profit organisation e.motion21. He is also a member of Monash University's Industry Council of Advisors (MICA) and is a member of the Victorian Branch of the Male Champions of Change.
In 2019 Luke was awarded a Member of The Order of Australia for significant service to business, to people with a disability, and to the community.
Luke lives in Melbourne with his wife Cate and four daughters.
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