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  • ​The board of Deloitte Australia has settled on Adam Powick, a final-year Parade College student of 1983, as its preferred candidate to replace Richard Deutsch in the role of CEO.

    The Financial Review’s Professional Services Editor Edmund Tadros recently reported that the board’s decision came after Mr Deutsch surprised the firm and its leaders by suddenly resigning as chief executive on March 11.

    At Deloitte Australia, the board selects a preferred CEO candidate from a shortlist and then recommends that person to the partnership. The partners then vote yes or no to the candidate, with the recommended candidate typically receiving a high level of support.

    The Financial Review reported that Asia Pacific CEO Cindy Hook played a key kingmaker role in Adam’s selection as the board’s preferred candidate.
  • It’s almost 60 years since members of Parade’s pioneering Soccer XI first took to the pitch. That happened in 1963, Kennedy was still in the White House, and the moment was recorded for posterity in The Paradian.

    Joseph Chiera, a member of that famed 15-man soccer squad, this week recalled the first of just a handful of soccer games involving the boys of Parade and those of St Joseph’s North Melbourne – some of them near the old Fairlea Women’s Prison in Fairfield, others in a locale that escapes his memory somewhere in North Melbourne town.
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The Old Paradians' Association seeks to foster links with all past students, whose formative years were shaped by the Christian Brothers of Parade College.

Formally established in 1914, the Association’s inaugural 13-man committee included the President James Kennedy (who completed his Matriculation class at Parade in 1890), Reverend Brother JM Dwyer and the Rush brothers Robert and William, all of whom maintained a continuing interest in the Association for the rest of their lives.

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