Business unit perspectives
Facts & figures
Business performance & outlook
Deloitte Belgium had another strong year in FY13. Representing a growth of 8% over the previous year, our final figure of €359 million in net revenues exceeded the previous record of €334 million registered in FY12. We remain the number one firm in the Belgian market, a sign that our focus serves us and our clients well.
For FY14, we aim to achieve
a growth rate of 4% to €372 million.
Despite the difficult economic climate, all of our businesses achieved growth for the third year running. We continued to see strong demand for advisory work in areas as varied as data & risk management, valuations, due diligence, global tax compliance and financial resources outsourcing.
The strategic acquisitions we made in spring 2012 also played their part, and are now well-established as part of Deloitte. The former Integrated Consultancy Services (ICS) and Equidex strengthened our Deloitte Fiduciaire business in the Brussels region and Liege, while the integration of Numius, specialists in business analytics solutions, into Deloitte Consulting’s Information Management service line expanded our business intelligence and analytics expertise.
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“Strength from cultural diversity” is one of our core values.
In Belgium, Deloitte has more than 2,800 employees in 11 locations across the country, serving national and international companies, from small and middle-sized enterprises, to public sector and non-profit organisations.
There are 44 nationalities within the Belgian firm. Our gender diversity ratio is 46% women to 54% men. We have made steady progress in recent years in the number of women at manager and director level, which is having a slow but definite effect on the number of women candidates for nomination to the partnership.
The network experienced healthy growth across geographic regions.
The global picture
For the financial year ending 31 May 2013, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) experienced its fourth consecutive year of growth. Total revenues reached US$32.4 billion, a growth rate of 3.5% in USD. For the first time ever, our workforce exceeded 200,000 professionals, growing to 202,885. This is a significant milestone for our network, demonstrating the growth of our people as well as our business.
Deloitte experienced growth across all services and Industries in local currency, led by strong growth (8.7%) in consulting. Life Sciences and Health Care led growth among industries, posting 12.9% growth.