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24 April 2019
Deloitte Cost Survey: Companies Are Saving to Transform as Digital Disruption Gains Momentum Globally
As digital technologies continue to reinvent how businesses grow and operate, the associated risks and opportunities are prompting companies to expand their cost management strategies, according to Deloitte’s second biennial global cost survey, released today.
18 April 2019
Deloitte Global report finds seventy-six percent of the Top 100 luxury goods companies reported sales growth
The world’s Top 100 luxury goods companies generated aggregated revenues of US$247 billion in fiscal year 2017, representing composite growth of 10.8 percent, according to the 2019 edition of Global Powers of Luxury Goods, a new report from Deloitte Global.
09 January 2019
Deloitte Forensic appoints Jarrod Baker as Southeast Asia Forensic Investigations Leader with effect from 2 January 2019 as part of expansion plans in the region
Deloitte Forensic in Southeast Asia (SEA) continues its expansion into the region with the appointment of Jarrod Baker on 2 January 2019.
17 December 2018
Deloitte Southeast Asia today announced that Cheung Pui Yuen and Aye Cho have been appointed as Country Managing Partners for the Singapore and Myanmar practices respectively. They will assume their new roles on 1 January 2019.
27 November 2018
Southeast Asia bourses show strong performance in 2018 even as companies in region look beyond their local shores
Capital markets across Southeast Asia have performed well, having produced 135 initial public offerings (IPOs) in 10.5 months of 2018, raising S$12.0 billion in total funds raised.
13 November 2018
Deloitte, a recognised global leader in financial crime compliance, has released a whitepaper that assesses the application of machine learning in anti-money laundering (AML) efforts within financial institutions today.
01 October 2018
Two billion youth at risk of being left behind in workforce of tomorrow without business leadership and new solutions, according to new report
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is bringing emerging technologies to the forefront at a rapid pace not experienced before. It is transforming the type of work people do, and how it is done, leaving behind many in the workforce today.