More NewsDeloitte expecting 15% global revenue growth

Deloitte expecting 15% global revenue growth

Global revenues to top ?11.5bn

Big four firm Deloitte is
expecting its group revenues to grow by 15% to around $23bn (?11.5bn) for the
financial year ending 31 May 2007, according to its CEO.

Deloitte
chief William Parrett told Reuters
in an interview in China that all of the
group’s four key business areas would experience double-digit revenue growth for
the year.

‘We’re probably going to close the year with about 20% growth in the
consulting group,’ he said, adding that much of that activity was coming from
post-merger implementation work.

‘We think by the year 2010 we should be able to be at $30bn globally,’
Parrett said.

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