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Luke Collins (journalist)

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Luke Collins (born 27 April 1973) is an Australian journalist. He is the Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief of Deloitte Insights, the global thought leadership publishing channel of Deloitte, the professional-services firm.


Collins is the younger brother of barrister Matthew Collins.


Collins began his career as a journalist with The Courier-Mail newspaper in Brisbane, Australia, and worked for multiple News Limited publications before joining The Australian Financial Review in 1999. In June 2001, he became that newspaper's New York Correspondent, covering all United States business and general news including the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

From 2003 to 2007, Collins was a freelance writer for publications ranging from The New York Times[1], Financial Times, and Herald-Sun newspapers to magazines including Men's Heath and Outside. He also wrote the book, Away Game: Australians in American Boardrooms[2].

In 2007, Collins joined McKinsey & Company's New York City office as a management consultant. In 2010, he became an editor of the McKinsey Quarterly and later worked in the office of managing director Dominic Barton with responsibility for internal and external communications. In 2013, Collins was named Executive Editor responsible for thought leadership published to mckinsey.com, a position he held until joining Deloitte in his current role in January 2017.


  1. Collins, Luke (July 4, 2004). "Spy Versus Spy Versus Spy". New York Times. Archived from the original on |archive-url= requires |archive-date= (help).
  2. 1973-, Collins, Luke (2006). Away game : Australians in American boardrooms. Milton, Qld.: John Wiley & Sons Australia. ISBN 978-1740311304. OCLC 71779518. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png

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