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Deloitte reports strong growth with revenues of $35.2 billion

Deloitte reports strong growth with revenues of $35.2 billion

Deloitte reported aggregate revenues amounting to $35.2 billion in its most recent figures.

The new figures, covering the fiscal year ended 31 May 2015, were announced alongside the company's Annual Global Report, which also showed growth across the Big 4 firm's core practices, industry sectors and geographic regions.

Strong finances

The company's strong performance was celebrated by Punit Renjen, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global) CEO.

"Deloitte's strong financial performance reflects the success of our multidisciplinary model, which drives the delivery of innovative world-class audit, consulting, enterprise risk services, financial advisory and tax & legal services and creates an environment where the world's leading practitioners thrive," Renjen said.

"Our growth is directly attributable to Deloitte's professionals, who serve the world's most important organisations with quality and distinction, making an impact that matters," he added. 


Audit, consulting, financial advisory, enterprise risk services and tax & legal services have all seen significant levels of investment, with a focus on cyber processes and cloud computing.

As well as company specific issues, Deloitte's Annual Global Report also highlighted wider societal programmes that the company is involved in.

These include helping to create a network of 2,000 venture companies across Japan in the wake of the damage to the country's economy caused by the tsunami and Fukushima nuclear disaster, as well as pro bono advisory work given to aid various humanitarian efforts.

"More and more organisations recognise that doing good business is not just about driving profit. Organisations with a clearly defined purpose are more successful in serving clients and customers, attracting and inspiring talent, and contributing to society as a whole. Every day we challenge ourselves to identify the issues that are most important to our clients, talent and society and to work to make an impact that matters," Renjen explained.

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