2022 Global Impact Report
Building better futures
Leaning into the lessons of our 175-year history, Deloitte has an opportunity to not just help repair the world, but also help reshape a better world—and a track record that says we can make it a reality.
Guided by our purpose to make an impact that matters, Deloitte people helped clients and communities navigate this disruptive year, strengthen connections and bring to life more equitable, sustainable futures.
Breaking down the global risk management survey
Looming economic dangers and nonfinancial risks
Whether it’s a value-destroying crisis, a shift in industry dynamics, or a brand threat, uncertainty comes in many shapes, sizes, and impacts. Leaders who view uncertainty and risk more broadly than just compliance will anticipate better, seize opportunities, and emerge stronger.
Effectively managing nonfinancial risks is driving the financial services industry to reexamine their three lines of defense risk governance models to clarify responsibilities and eliminate overlaps and redundancies.
Anti-bribery Management System
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) recently issued its Standard 37001:2016 for anti-bribery management systems.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) recently issued its Standard 37001:2016 for anti-bribery management systems. This is an important move considering the continued prevalence of bribery and corruption.
Digital disruptions in banking and securities
A forward look at Internal Audit
As Internal Audit contends with digital disruption in the banking and securities industry, it must add new tools and approaches to its dance card. Gain insights into how to step up to the challenge.
Digital disruptions in banking and securities are challenging Internal Audit to transform its strategies to stay ahead of—and gain value from—these changes.
Harnessing third-parties for value creation
Instituting your extended enterprise risk management (EERM) program
For many organizations, the global third-party ecosystem (known as the extended enterprise) has grown larger and more complex. It’s also become an important source of strategic advantage.
Extended enterprise risk management (EERM) can help organizations better anticipate and manage exposures associated with third-parties across the full range of operations.