Life at Deloitte
286,200 professionals making impacts across 150 countries
Deloitte has a clear purpose, which defines what we are and gives us our reason to exist: making impacts that matter
We challenge ourselves every day to make what is really important to our clients, people, and the society.
Deloitte has incorporated the same purpose in Brazil – making impacts through projects and actions that each one of our 286,200 professionals, based on more than 150 countries, can conduct in different areas and fields.
The purpose making impacts that matter is related to Deloitte’s practitioners priorities – to do what is really important in three dimensions: our clients, our professionals, and the local communities.
History of the organization
Deloitte’s history matches with the main movements of Brazilian business environment along more than one century and a half. Since the middle of the 19th century, we have been working to help companies to improve their business practices in the country.
Due to this fact, Deloitte always has been at the forefront of major businesses changes and it is very proud of being able to assist its clients to do real transformations and improvements.
Read the biography of the three founders who were fundamental in our global history and watch below a video, which shows some of the most important moments of our history worldwide.
Deloitte in Brazil
Deloitte has over one century of its operation in the country. Its history matches with the development of Brazilian business environment, actively participating in the milestones of the local economy and market.
Additionally, more than 5,500 professionals are recognized by their integrity, competence and ability to turn knowledge into solutions.
We make the difference all over the country, with operation in 12 offices located in: São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Campinas, Curitiba, Fortaleza, Joinville, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Recife, Salvador, and Ribeirão Preto.
Finally, the history of strong commitment begun in the early 20’s when the first office was set up in Rio de Janeiro in order to audit British railway companies. By that time, the progress of the country needed ways to flow, shifting from an incipient republic far from the main economic and political centers of the world.