Big Four firm Deloitte has named its former New Zealand chairman and chief
executive as global managing partner for climate change and sustainability.
Nick Main will be based in London and will provide guidance to member firms
on existing and evolving laws and regulations regarding greenhouse gas emissions
and sustainability-related issues.
“In order to maximize competitive advantage and profitability in a low carbon
world, businesses need to adopt practices that will enable them to realize high
growth and low emissions,” said Main.
“Deloitte firm teams have significant expertise in sustainability. They have
the local insight, global knowledge, and deployment capabilities to help clients
navigate the current regulatory landscape and, most importantly, manage for the
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