Deloitte pulls together Caribbean network

Deloitte pulls together Caribbean network

Global firm forms Deloitte Caribbean/Bermuda to strengthen Americas network

Deloitte has combined its practices in the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, the
British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica to form a new cluster
that will be known as Deloitte Caribbean/Bermuda.

The new cluster comprises more than 30 partners and 600 professionals. Frank
Paredes, the current Audit and Risk Regional Managing Partner of
Deloitte
Latin America/Caribbean
will lead the new cluster, while local partners will
maintain their current responsibilities.

Day-to-day operations will remain the responsibility of existing member
firms’ managing partners.

‘The establishment of Deloitte Caribbean/Bermuda enables the member firms to
leverage their combined size, scale, and expertise to develop the right teams to
match client needs,’ said Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu chief executive
William
G. Parrett
at the inaugural Deloitte Global Forum in
Buenos
Aires.

This new structure follows the creation of Deloitte LATCO (Latin American
Countries Organisation) and Deloitte ASEAN. It is part of Deloitte member firm’s
strategy to support growth in the emerging markets, and to enhance client
service and firm competitiveness in response to market globalisation.

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