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About Deloitte in the Dutch Caribbean

Deloitte in the Dutch Caribbean was founded in July 1982 when Freddy Curiel joined forces with Donny Bakhuis in an effort to create a solid accounting firm headed by native professionals. Being at the start primarily an accounting firm, during the following years other services have been added, such as Consulting, Tax and Information Technology.

Today, over 30 years later Deloitte in the Dutch Caribbean is led by 7 partners focussing on the following services:

•Audit
•Consulting
•Enterprise Risk Services
•Financial Consulting
•Tax

With its people and the wide variety of services, Dutch Caribbean has set a solid basis for years to come.

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