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Punit Renjen

Global Chief Executive Officer

Punit Renjen

1221 Avenue of the Americas

New York

NY

United States

10020

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Punit became Deloitte Global CEO in June 2015. He was re-elected in 2019. Deloitte operates in 150 countries, with more than 300,000 professionals and 2020 revenues of $47.6 billion. Punit is also a member of the Deloitte Global Board of Directors.

As Deloitte Global CEO, Punit set in motion a global strategy to achieve undisputed leadership in professional services. Deloitte is today the leading professional services organization in the world and a leader in audit quality. In his first term, he led efforts that resulted in double-digit aggregate revenue growth globally, with Deloitte becoming the largest of the Big Four professional services organizations. Currently Deloitte is recognized as the strongest and most valuable commercial services brand.

Under Punit’s leadership Deloitte launched WorldClass—a global effort to prepare 50 million futures for a world of opportunity—based on the belief that when society thrives, business thrives. Recently Deloitte made a commitment to be net zero by 2030 under its WorldClimate initiative. Punit is also committed to advancing diversity and inclusion at Deloitte, including through measurable actions toward gender balance across Deloitte and within its leadership ranks.

Prior to his current role, Punit served as the chairman of Deloitte LLP (US member firm) from 2011–2015. He served as CEO of Deloitte Consulting from 2009 to 2011.

In 2020, Punit was awarded the Oregon History Makers Medal by the Oregon Historical Society in recognition of his visionary business leadership. Additionally, he was named by EMPower to their list of Top 100 Ethnic Minority Executive Role Models 2020. The Indiaspora Business Leaders List recognized Renjen as one of over 50 executives from the Indian diaspora of top-tier international corporations in 2020.

Outside of Deloitte, he is a member of The Business Roundtable, The International Business Council of the World Economic Forum, and serves as the member of several not for profit boards including the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum (vice chairman). Previously, he served as the chairman of the United Way Worldwide.

Punit was born and raised in India. He moved to the United States on a Rotary Foundation scholarship to attend Willamette University; he has previously served on the Willamette University board of trustees. Willamette University awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2019. He is married and has a son.

Punit Renjen