Eolas Justice magazine Report 2021

In the November issue of Eolas Magazine, our Government & Public Services Lead Shane Mohan and Deirdre Carwood, Head of Deloitte Forensic, featured in Eolas Magazine’s Justice Report. Shane discusses the trends that are likely to impact governments globally in the next 12 months, while Deirdre outlines her views on the threat illicit finance poses and how to combat this growing issue in Ireland. Read these articles below.

Laying the foundation for sustainable transformation


The Deloitte Government trends is an annual report which identifies the key trends likely to impact on governments globally in the coming 12 months. After a tumultuous 2020, dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Report identifies nine trends that have three things in common:

  1. They go to the heart of government operations rather than policy
  2. They are not just ideas but are happening in practice, often a faster rate than ever seen before
  3. They are global in scale

Discover the nine key trends in our full article.

View the full report here.

Illicit finance: The right time for new thinking

Illicit finance is a major threat to the security and prosperity of all nations, including Ireland. It not only enables criminals to profit from the most heinous crimes, but also finances terrorist atrocities. 

Deirdre Carwood, Head of Forensic in Deloitte Ireland and Global Head of Investigations and Crisis Support, discusses how to combat this growing issue in Ireland. Download the article to find out more.

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