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About Deloitte in Bahamas

Serving clients around the islands and across the globe for more than 50 years. 

Deloitte is one of The Bahamas’ largest professional services firms and our professionals have a single focus: to help clients navigate their business challenges and achieve success.

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Deloitte in Bahamas is part of the Caribbean and Bermuda Countries (CBC) member firm and is one of the largest multi-disciplinary professional services firms in The Bahamas. With 4 partners and nearly 90 people in Nassau and Freeport, we cover the entire Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands. The firm has grown to a leadership position in Accounting, Audit and Assurance, Consulting, Risk Advisory and Financial Advisory Services. The Deloitte team in The Bahamas is also dedicated to providing Audit, Consulting, Enterprise Risk, Financial Advisory and Tax services. Our professionals have added expertise in serving the public sector and offer deep understanding of the latest issues, trends and requirements. We combine advice with action, integrity and a desire to make an impact that matters for clients across multiple industries in the private and public sectors, assisting large and small, local and international companies.

Deloitte & Touche Bahamas is an affiliate of DCB Holding Ltd., a member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL).

 

Caribbean and Bermuda Countries (CBC)

Deloitte in the Caribbean and Bermuda Countries (CBC) operates as an integrated firm serving the English-speaking Caribbean from offices in the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British and United States Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, and Trinidad & Tobago. With over 550 professionals dedicated to bringing their talents to bear on our clients’ unique issues, Deloitte has a strong presence in the wider Caribbean and Bermuda region.

Our 'As One' strategy is designed to sustain our focus on an unwavering commitment to quality and excellence across borders.

Click here to view our offices across the CBC

Corporate Social Responsibility

Deloitte member firms have a long and proud history of support for their wider communities. This has been part of Deloitte’s ethos since its beginning. Today, our focus is on a renewed ambition: to be a leader in society, to play a positive and active role in tackling the needs and opportunities in the wider community. We believe we each have an opportunity and a responsibility to make a difference. While this focus spells out our approach to Corporate Social Responsibility, it also underpins our overall approach to business.

Every year, Deloitte publishes a global annual report that profiles stories of our impact around the world, through client work and member firms’ Corporate Social Responsibility programs. Click here to learn more.

Deloitte in Bahamas also invests heavily in making The Bahamas a better place to live and work. We give generously back to the community through initiatives like Junior Achievement, which we have supported since its inception. For the past five years, we have also held our annual Impact Day, where people from Deloitte put their passion, determination, and skills to use for the benefit of their communities. Our community investment is driven by the idea that mobilizing the intellectual capital of our people makes the greatest social impact.

Cultural Diversity

One of Deloitte's shared values is "Strength from Cultural Diversity"

We are all unique. Each one of us is different from anyone and everyone else—including those people with whom we share the most in common. We’re different in what we believe, where we live, our cultures, our backgrounds, the way we look, career paths, lifestyle, age, the way we think, the way we experience the world, our education, our talents and capabilities, and more. All those differences that make each of the approximately 210,000 individuals working at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and the member firms unique represent many dimensions of diversity. This diversity is one of Deloitte’s greatest strengths.

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