New infrastructure hires for Deloitte

The financial services firm has bolstered its energy, infrastructure and utility team in London by recruiting Jeremy Harris and Mark Lillie.

Financial services firm Deloitte has appointed two new consulting partners in its energy, infrastructure and utility practice in London.

Jeremy Harris has switched from rival financial services firm KPMG, where he advised the energy, infrastructure and construction sectors. He led KPMG’s major projects advisory practice, “advising clients on multi-billion-dollar capital projects and programmes”, according to a Deloitte statement.

Meanwhile, Mark Lillie has joined as head of the firm’s IT strategy team, having previously been head of the energy and IT practice at Booz and Company. Prior to that, he was a partner at Accenture.

Deloitte is currently acting as an adviser to the London 2012 Olympic Games and Crossrail, a project to build new rail connections in central London which is scheduled to complete in 2017.