"It is our ambition to become a stronger Purpose-led organisation. Together with the new Executive Committee and with the trust of the partner group, we're committed to making an impact that matters for our clients, our talent, and society."
Fostering inclusion is one of Deloitte’s Shared Values, and we recognise that our diversity represents an enormous opportunity to steer our firm in the right direction. As a diverse and inclusive organisation, we will enhance group performance, improve decision-making, help attract top talent, increase employee satisfaction, and make the firm more customer oriented.
We have a clear ambition plan with targets to foster a diverse, and more importantly, an inclusive culture. Defining what diversity means is important and by creating a culture where people can be themselves, they will be able to thrive and perform at their best. We need to foster an inclusive culture to be future-proof.
Our internal and external stakeholders expect us to make a positive impact through our core business as well as through our Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability agendas. Living our Purpose is the expression of our Shared Values, representing the core principles and common behaviours that unite us across cultures and geographies.
Our firm has a legacy of Purpose built upon decades of commitment to help our clients and our talent succeed, and to contribute to a better society. Purpose is not new to Deloitte; it is in our values and DNA. What is new is that we will even more consciously embed it in our decision-making and in our core business.
Since the launch of the Mobility@Deloitte programme in June 2018, over 50% of Deloitte Belgium professionals have chosen for non-traditional mobility packages. The employees who choose for non-traditional packages are mainly located in the Brussels/Gent/Antwerp triangle.
Over the next fiscal year, we expect a further decrease in both total mileage and average mileage per car with the implementation of the smart parking (live in June 2019) and responsible mileage (live in September 2019) initiatives. Furthermore, the total number of kilometres travelled by bike in FY19 was 271,969 km. The average number of km per bike follows the increasing number of bikes across our Mobility@Deloitte programme.
We lead multidisciplinary expertise across six business units: Accountancy, Audit & Assurance, Consulting, Financial Advisory, Risk Advisory, Tax, and legal services from the Laga law firm. Our approach to client services is driven by industry knowledge, innovative solutions, and building sustainable relationships within our ever-growing network.
"By serving with integrity and collaborating for measurable impact, we consistently strive to lead the way with our performance across business units and industries to deliver quality work for our clients."
"Deloitte Private is a trusted advisor to an increasing number of family-owned businesses, many of which have been our clients for decades."
At the close of FY19, Deloitte Belgium recorded a net revenue of 565M, which is an increase of 10.7% compared to FY18. These strong results demonstrate another fiscal year of double-digit growth; entering the next financial year with strong growth momentum which reinforces our position as the undisputed leader.
"Our firm is in very good shape while we are living in the context of three important evolutions that have an impact on the future of our business: the increased effect of the regulator, the expanding impact of digitalisation on the transformation of businesses, and the accelerating influence of globalisation."