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Deloitte appointed as Official Professional Services Partner
28th SEA Games
Deloitte has been appointed the Official Professional Services Partner for the 28th SEA Games which will be held in Singapore from 5 to 16 June 2015.
With our expertise in supporting the pinnacle of sporting events such as the London Olympics, the Vancouver Winter Olympics and the inaugural Youth Olympic Games held in Singapore in 2010, Deloitte aims to raise the bar and further boost international recognition for Singapore’s hosting of this event. Pledging over SGD$5 million in cash and value-in-kind services such as Advisory, Assurance and Consulting services, Deloitte is a Tier One sponsor for the region’s most prestigious multi-sport Games.
“We are honoured to be appointed the Official Professional Services Partner for the 28th SEA Games. Just as we have delivered exceptionally to the Olympic Movement, we hope to deliver innovative solutions to the Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee (SINGSOC). We believe that we will have a strong and enduring partnership because of our common values, including our commitment to excellence in delivery, spirit of innovation and desire to contribute positively to our community.” said Mr Chaly Mah, CEO of Deloitte Southeast Asia.
As the official partner of professional services, this appointment underscores Deloitte’s social responsibility and commitment towards bringing the SEA Games spirit to the community, in alignment with the upcoming Game’s theme – Celebrate the Extraordinary.
Deloitte will provide SINGSOC with expert people through a secondee programme together with advisory support. In addition, Deloitte will offer a flexible range of skills across a number of different operational areas as well as contribution through volunteerism to help the SEA Games organising committee in their goal of building a truly memorable Games for Singaporeans and regional visitors, and a legacy long after the end of the Games.