Deloitte Singapore Center for Corporate Governance
We offer a number of resources for executives, directors, and others who are active in governance.
The Q1 2016 edition gives a near-term outlook for Australia, South Korea, Singapore, and Indonesia.
As global capital markets become increasingly integrated, many countries are moving to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). For example, in the European Union, companies with publicly traded shares or debt on a European exchange must use IFRS for financial reporting for year ends.
Deloitte Singapore calls for the strengthening of initiatives to promote innovation and promoting internationalisation of Singapore businesses
Deloitte Greenhouse Southeast Asia
The Deloitte Greenhouse in Singapore helps executive teams strategize, innovate, learn, and overcome business challenges.
In the first-quarter edition of Global Economic Outlook in 2016, our global economists examine the economic environment and offer thoughts on the current situation and the likely future path.
10 commonly held myths about CIOs and information technology that if left unchallenged can mean missing the chance to create real value from IT investment.
This whitepaper proposes a simple yet powerful framework for challenging deeply held assumptions to test – and, ultimately, strengthen – an enterprise’s strategy.
Deloitte Risk Innovation Centre
A specialised centre for incubating and innovating a spectrum of new innovation and greenfield projects to disrupt the marketplace and essentially drive the inorganic growth of our business.
Q4 2015 Dbriefs Webcasts Program is ready
The top 250 global retailers generated aggregated revenues of US$4.5 trillion in fiscal year 2014, representing a steady growth of 4.3 percent compared with 4.1 percent in 2013, according to Global Powers of Retailing 2016: Navigating the new digital divide.
Economic Outlooks 2016
We provide high level update and summary of the market conditions to support your business strategies.
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The 20 highest earning football clubs in the world generated €6.6bn (£5bn) of revenue last season, an increase of 8% on the previous year, according to the 19th edition of the Football Money League from Deloitte, the business advisory firm.