Resilience in Collaboration

Analysis of the Trinidad & Tobago National Budget 2020/2021

Message from the Managing Partner

The world has changed, there is no denying that fact. Across the Caribbean and in Trinidad & Tobago (T&T), we’ve seen industries disrupted and affected by the pandemic. At the heart of any recovery is resiliency. Resiliency in leadership, by demonstrating empathy to colleagues, stakeholders and clients, underpinned by strategy and innovation. Resiliency is the tenant upon which businesses will need to be planted to attain recovery and thrive.

Deloitte endeavours to share relevant trends and latest thinking by others in your industry, and examine a range of potential approaches to thrive in this new world.

People, Planet, Performance – are our north stars for change at Deloitte.

The best insight comes from the best questions – the ones that cause everyone in the room to pause and reflect. Be bold, question, strategize, create and innovate for a bright future in which T&T thrives together. Our goal is to help you make an impact that matters.

Rikhi Rampersad, Managing Partner, Deloitte & Touche

Budget Review 2020/2021

The 2020/2021 National Budget was delivered on October 5th at 2.30pm by the Honourable Minister of Finance, Mr. Colm Imbert. The expenditure focus on technology, education and agriculture, tells the tale of the need for T&T to be a leader in self-sufficiency, digital approaches and Industry 4.0.

As the world changes, so must T&T move forward embracing methods and opportunities to enhance the future of all our citizens. We live in a digital age which accelerates at a speed requiring everyone to either participate and adapt, or be left behind. The measures within this year’s budget seek to transform the business landscape and position T&T to thrive in the years ahead. It’s up to T&T’s citizens and businesses to adapt and seize the day.


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