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Deloitte bolsters Middle East risk advisory team

Deloitte_buildingFour new partners and a director have joined Deloitte’s Middle East risk advisory leadership team. The appointments are in line with the company's belief in the long term strategic importance and potential of the region, claimed Deloitte. The new executives will be expected to help clients with their risk management issues, including regulatory risk, financial risk, operational and strategic risk and cyber-resilience. In addition, Deloitte is developing a digital centre in Riyadh to support the growing focus on digital initiatives across the region. “We have committed large investments in consulting, tax, risk and digital advisory offerings to attract, hire and transfer from our network a large number of senior partners to strengthen our offerings to Middle East clients,” said Omar Fahoum, chief executive, Deloitte Middle East. ©2018 funds global mena

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