PracticeAccounting FirmsDeloitte signals $27bn plus in global revenue

Deloitte signals $27bn plus in global revenue

The Deloitte CEO has signalled the firm’s global revenue would rise more than 16.9% to exceed $27bn in fiscal 2008

Jim Quigley,
Deloitte
Touche Tohmatsu
chief executive, forecast yesterday the firm’s global
revenue would rise more than 16.9% in 2008, helped by strong growth for its
advisory services.

He said in a statement he expects fiscal 2008 revenue to exceed $27bn
(?13.6bn), compared with $23.1bn in fiscal 2007, according the The
Times
.

Quigley said Deloitte was seeing growth in all areas, but that growth was
‘particularly strong’ for its advisory services.

In the UK, Deloitte is expecting to beat its ?2bn target, bringing it within
striking distance of rival firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Further reading:

Deloitte closes in on top spot as £2bn barrier stands
ready to fall

Read
The Times story

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