The summit will debate a viable programme for stronger growth and less risk. Join local and international leaders and understand how to do better business in Mozambique.
FT Mozambique Summit
Reducing investment risk through better business practices
President, Republic of Mozambique
Sultan Ahmed Sulayem
It was interesting to see the government officials position towards critical economic and financial matters related to Mozambique.
I could hear different opinions about the current situation in Mozambique and the trends which is important for our work.
Great value for money. It was a fruitful day and the keynote speakers and speakers (topics included) were of great relevance to the moment Mozambique is going through. Got key info from Government officials concerning "hot" topics and some "clear" indications on timing.
Agenda - 9th Nov
8:00amRegistration and Refreshments
8:50amChair’s Opening Remarks
David Pilling, Africa Editor, Financial Times
9:20amKeynote Interview: In-depth Review of the Current Economic State of Play: Measures to Strengthen the Economy and Tackle Debt
9:40amStrategies to Thrive in A Dynamic Global Economic Landscape: Perspectives from a Pan-African bank
Sim Tshababla, CEO, Standard Bank Group
10:00amInvestment Focus Panel: Mapping the Macro-Economic Landscape: Rebuilding Confidence in the Post Debt Crisis
Mozambique's growth prospects are diverse but unstable and they differ from sector by sector.
In this panel we examine the possibilities across some key investment sectors ie agriculture, infrastructure, mining, oil and gas and manufacturing:
- What is the bigger picture for GDP growth and debt?
- How do we avoid the ‘Dutch disease’: what can be done to redress the balance of investment?
- What is the current state of agricultural production from feed production to cash crops ie cashews, tobacco and sugar
- Rapid infrastructure growth: how does this affect transport capacity and logistics?
- What real estate investments offer the best growth potential: hotels, malls and restaurants
- What is the current state of manufacturing from food production to drinks and wood?
- How resilient is the future of the mining industry?
- Investment and ROI on energy including solar and hydro power
- Round-up: What are the top industries and projects worth investing in?
Rogério Zandamela, Governor, Bank of Mozambique
MD Ramesh, President and Regional Head – South & East Africa, Olam International
11:00amKeynote Interview: Realising the Transformative Power of LNG Exploration
- Will gas resources be able to maintain their promise to transform Mozambique’s economy?
- Factoring in country debt levels and low fuel prices: pricing in a lower confidence market
- How will incremental growth match predictions of global and local energy demand?
- Will the cost of exploration dampen negotiation of commercial agreements?
- Emerging partnership opportunities from India, Japan and across Asia
11:40amLegislation Spotlight: Navigating Regulatory Challenges Specific to Mozambique
- Examining opportunities for investment: which are the key regulations that co-investors and new entrants must consider
- New labour and employment laws and legalisation of highly qualified expatriates
- Local vs external human capital
- The need for simpler rules for developing countries
- Changes needed to the legal framework for emerging banking and payments: how can this become more market-friendly?
- Tax administration and compliance
12:00pmBest Practice Focus Session: Doing Better Business in Mozambique: What do foreign investors need to consider?
Where does the economy stand today? What does it take to start a business or grow a partnership successfully in Mozambique? Economies around the world are taking steps to make it easier for investors to forge ahead with their plans more rapidly and Mozambique is by no means behind the curve on this initiative. This session will focus on the procedures being enabled by faster technology, the legal and regulatory hurdles to overcome and what is being done to reduce or eliminate minimum capital requirements. What are the operational costs of doing business in Mozambique? Take a closer look at the step by step business registration and investment stages that are needed to take place to start seeing a return on international investment for all parties involved.
12:30pmPanel Discussion: Easing the Way Forward for International Investors
The banking system in Mozambique lacks competition with assets concentrated in three key banks which are closely linked to the Portuguese banking industry. Supervision ability has improved with the completion of banking crisis resolution framework but there remains some work to be done. Interest rates on loans would be much lower if the Mozambican financial system were more competitive. This panel will discuss:
- Impact and implications of foreign direct investments on ‘Africapitalism’
- Assessing ongoing political and regulatory risks
- Attracting financial services companies to Maputo: working with national investors and banks
- Basel II standardised approaches for credit risk: adoption by Mozambique
- Banking structures: regulation, foreign capital and skills
- Low cost remittances: mapping potential effects of Abra, Ripple and SADC
- What will be the speed of adoption for Blockchain, automation and agile technology?
- Future of cash
2:00pmCommunications Panel: Growth through Evolving Digital Infrastructure: Eco-Systems to Accelerate Telecommunications, Media and Tech
Mozambique has massive potential and much of this can be enabled through the growth of the telecoms industry as a vital component to the country’s economic growth. How does emerging digital media growth affect all aspects of the business and social environment? Mozambique needs to maintain its place and penetration to improve the infrastructure needed to manage the rapid increase in data usage and the need for better connectivity, particularly in rural areas.
This panel will discuss:
- How digital platforms are enabling business growth across telecoms, payments and mobile
- How can social media help to drive digital transformation and shape Mozambique’s digital future?
- The role and network expansion of broadband infrastructure
- Leapfrogging more mature countries via mobile and handset adoption and volumes
2:20pmInterview: Supporting Future Business in Mozambique: Ignite More Rapid Regrowth of Mozambican Economy
Chuma Nwokocha, Chief Executive, Standard Bank, Mozambique
3:00pmPanel Discussion: Supporting Entrepreneurs via Private and Public Partnerships in Mozambique
The importance of entrepreneurship in accelerating Mozambique’s development cannot be overstated, however, conditions for successful sustainable entrepreneurial projects can be difficult. One of the ways to support innovation from local community is through collaboration with key global and local organisations. Panellists will discuss the role entrepreneurship is currently playing in socioeconomic development as well as the unique challenges faced and key strategies to dealt with them.
- What are the step by step process to take in new ventures in less stable emerging economies?
- FinTech opportunities: examining viable and successful business partnerships
- Infrastructure and financing needs: how will it evolve to help smaller and medium sized microenterprise development?
- Case studies: The good, the bad and the ones that made it big
4:00pmInterview: E-Commerce in Mozambique: Growth through Digital and Mobile Channels
Online and mobile retailing is enjoying a time of greater growth as they move into a digital space. Where are the key opportunities for e-commerce in Mozambique and how is the consumer driving experiences? Where are the areas for growth, investment and cross-border expansion?
- Reaching the rural community through mobile
- Tracking the growth and future for banking and payments enabled by access to phone-based accounts
- mKesh and m-Pesa: will they remain dominant for deposits, withdrawals, money transfer and payments?
- Building a brand through loyalty and digital rewards
4:30pmPanel Discussion: Mozambique’s Emerging Tourism as an Emerging Destination Investment Opportunity
Sustainable growth in its tourism industry is helping Mozambique create much-needed jobs, attract foreign exchange, and is supporting broader economic development in the country. How can this resource be both protected and grown in increasing presence and popularity?
This panel will look at:
- What should investors plan for with new labour laws including conversation legislation?
- How can Mozambique make practical improvements to support private tour operators?
- Public-private partnerships: how to win hearts and minds through the involvement of local communities
- Getting the right product, price development and services to attract international tourists
- Case studies: how other regions have succeeded in a profitable tourism operation
5:00pmCultural Spotlight: Increasing cultural understanding of the nation’s culture and etiquette of doing business at both national and community level
5:20pmRound-up panel: Doing Better Business in Mozambique: Fostering a Vibrant Investment and Trading Marketplace
What does a winning pitch look like? How do you execute a deal in regard of due diligence, negotiation and term sheets? In this panel session delegates will gain valuable insights on the art of deal making in the Mozambique with context from Africa-focused investors and advisors.
- What are the risks, challenges and benefits of doing business in the region?
- Balance legal considerations: local labour laws and new anti-bribery and anti-corruption law
- Working at local community level: gaining confidence trust and endorsement
- Access to finance and correct channels of approach from start to finish
- The art of deal-making and negotiation in Mozambique
- Examples of rejection and great success stories
5:50pmClosing Keynote Address
6:00pmChair’s Closing Summation
Keynote Speaker (1)
Sultan Ahmed Sulayem
His Excellency Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Chairman of DP World and Chairman of Ports, Customs & Free Zone Corporation, is one of Dubai's leading businessmen. He spearheaded the rapid expansion of Dubai’s infrastructure, including ports and free zones, contributing significantly to the stellar growth trajectory of the United Arab Emirates. He was also a leader in developing the infrastructure supporting Dubai’s successful tourism industry, among various other sectors. HE Bin Sulayem led marine terminal operator DP World’s expansion internationally. DP World today is the fourth largest port operator globally, with more than 65 marine terminals across six continents, including new developments underway in India, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. He oversaw the rapid development of Jafza (Jebel Ali Free Zone) into an unrivalled business park of more than 7,300 companies. He established and led Nakheel, a real estate and tourism property development firm that has created many iconic Dubai projects including The Palm. He established and led Istithmar World, a major investment house focusing on private equity with a portfolio of investments in diverse sectors across North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East including retail, financial services, industry, tourism and hospitality, and healthcare. He also pioneered the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), a market for gold and precious metals, diamonds and coloured stones, energy and other commodities.HE Bin Sulayem is a BS graduate in Economics from Temple University Philadelphia, USA
Dr Martyn Davies is the Managing Director of Emerging Markets & Africa at Deloitte. He also leads the Africa firm’s China and Japan Services Group and isa member of the Global Firm’s Insight Advisory Group. Over his career, he has been an advisor to a largearray of multinational firms on their market entry & engagement strategies in Africa. He hasalso conducted a large amount of advisory work on behalf of the public sector. He has advised companies that include AECI, African Development Bank, AfriEximbank, Aveng, Barclays, Barloworld, Discovery, Liberty Life, MasterCard, Old Mutual, Standard Bank and Unilever and in the public sector has advised governments including those of Botswana, Ghana, Korea, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa and the United Kingdom. He has previously been ranked the # 1 analyst in South Africa in the “Other African Economies & Markets” category as awarded by the Financial Mail in its Annual Analysts of the Year awards.
He is a Senior Fellow at the MasterCard Centerfor Inclusive Growth –a group comprising leading international economists which works on subjects relating to macro-economy and inclusive growth. Martyn was selected in 2010 as a Young Global Leader, an honour bestowed by the World Economic Forum each year to recognise the most distinguished young leaders nominated below the age of 40 from around the worldand has served in various advisory capacities at the WEF. Martyn completed his PhD at the University of the Witwatersrand at the age of 25, has studied at YonseiUniversity (Seoul) and has completed executive programs at Harvard Business School, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, the Jackson Institute for International Affairs at Yale University and Said Business School at Oxford University. He has previously been on the faculty at Stellenbosch University and the University of Pretoria, as well as at the business schools of both universities. Martyn has delivered lectures by invitation at Harvard University, MIT, London School of Economics, Oxford University, IE Business School, Peking University, the African Development Bank, the OECD, the European Commission, the Royal African Society, and the World Bank. He is a Visiting Professor at IE Business School, Madrid, Spain. He is married to Suheima and is the proud Dad of Mikha, Zarahand Adam.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Symbion Power, Paul Hinks is the driving force behind the company. Mr Hinks has spent the past 39 years working in the power sector and for much of that period, has worked in Africa. He is also the of Chairman of Invest Africa USA, the largest membership platform providing access and investment for the private sector to the continent, with leadership in London, New York, Washington, DC, Dubai, Geneva, Lagos and Johannesburg.
He is a board member of Engender Health, a major US women’s health organisation operating in 20 countries around the world.
From 2012 to 2016 Mr Hinks was the Chairman of the Corporate Council on Africa, the Washington based organisation that promotes trade and investment between the United States and Africa.
Reda El Chaar
Reda is the founder and Executive Chairman of Access Power a leading developer, owner & operator of wind and solar power plants in Africa and Asia. Access Power has a portfolio of renewable energy projects with a total capacity over 1,400 MW at various stages of development. Before establishing Access Power, Reda pioneered and led the renewable energy initiative at ACWA Power which went on to become one of the largest private power producers in the Middle East and Africa region. During his career, Reda has been involved in over 7,400 MW of power projects in emerging markets. Many of his projects were landmark renewable energy power plants including first utility scale solar power plants in Morocco, Bulgaria, and Uganda. Reda is passionate about bringing renewable energy projects into new unsaturated markets where renewable energy is an economical alternative to conventional power. Through Access Foundation and the Access Co-development Facility, Reda actively promotes and supports local entrepreneurs, socio-economic development, and human capacity building in several emerging markets.
Luisa Dias Diogo
Mrs. Luísa Dias Diogo (born 11 April 1958), was Prime Minister of Mozambique from February 2004 to January 2010. Before becoming Prime Minister, she was Minister of Planning and Finance, and she continued to hold that post until February 2005. She was the first female Prime Minister of Mozambique.
She graduated with a BA in Economics from Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo, and went on to obtain a Master’s degree in financial Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She began working in Mozambique’s Finances Ministry in 1980, became a department heard in 1986 and in 1989 became national budget Director. After a period working for the World Bank she joined the government as Deputy Ministry of Finance in 1998. In this position she oversaw the drafting and implementation of the government’s five- year’s development plan following its civil war. As a Minister of Finance she focused on economic growth and reform and poverty eradication.
She was recognized by time magazine as one of the 100 most influential personalities in the world, due to her active participation in the process of national reconstruction and economic and social transformation of the Mozambique toward development. In 2004 she received the World Bank Award for the Action Plan for Absolute Poverty Reduction, in the same year Mozambican State honoured her with a 2nd Degree Eduardo Mondlane Medal. In two consecutive years 2006, and 2007, she was also recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the most influential female figures in the world. Still in 2007, Luisa Diogo co-chaired the High level Panel on UN Coherence in the areas of Humanitarian Aid, Development and Environment. In 2008, she received the Prize for Women’s Global Leadership. In 2010 she was appointed Member of the High Level Panel on UN Global Sustainability. She was nominated an Advisory Member of the Harvard University in 2013, in the following year she became a Member of the Total AMO Strategic Consultative Committee. Since 2015 she has been serving as a Member of the High Level Panel of the African Development Fund (ADF), established by the ADB President Dr. Akinwumi A. Adesina. In 2016 she was nominated a Member of the Organization for Economic Co- operation and Development (OECD). In this same year was nominated a Member of the Global Board of the Hunger Project based in New York.
Recently She was invited to participate in the Woman Leaders Forum at United Nations to serve as a Champion and mentor, for the endeavour to strengthen the role of Women in the transformation of Africa.
She serves as a Chairperson of the Board of BARCLAYS Bank Mozambique SA, and Deputy Chair of the Africa Foundation for Alternative Resource to Finance the African Union.
Ernesto Max Elias Tonela is an economist trained at Universidade Eduardo Mondlane. Tonela was finance director of Electricidade de Moçambique (EdM) in the era in which it was run by Jacinto Veloso. At the time of his nomination to become Minister of Industry and Commerce in 2015, he was the Administrator of Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB).
Leticia da Silva Klemens
H.E. Leticia da Silva Klemens has recently been appointed the new Minister of Mineral Sources and Energy, by the President of the Republic of Mozambique H.E. Filipe Nyisi.
Leticia Klemens was born in August 15th, 1972 in Maputo. Graduated in Communications in 1998 and in Law in 2005 by the Higher Polytechnic University Institute, Klemens is a well-known business woman.
Adriano Afonso Maleiane is Mozambique’s Minister of Economy and Finance. Previously, he served as Governor of the Bank of Mozambique (1991-2006) where he oversaw the removal of the commercial banking arm and the restructuring of the Bank as purely a central bank. He participated in the foreign debt negotiation with the Paris and London clubs of creditors, which led to Mozambique’s HIPC debt cancellation.
Maleiane serves as Chair of the General Meeting (Presidente da Mesa da Assembleia Geral) of the Bank of Mozambique pension fund – Kuhanha; Non-Executive Chair of the Board of Maleseguros-Correctores de Seguros; Non-Executive Administrator of Tongaat Hulett as well as three companies in the Sasol Group in Mozambique; and Chair of the Board of Visabeira.
Maleiane has a degree in Economics from Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique) and holds an MSc in Economics and Finance from the University of London
Simpiwe “Sim” Tshabalala is joint Chief Executive of the Standard Bank Group and Chief Executive of Standard Bank South Africa. Sim joined the Project Finance Division of Standard Corporate and Merchant Bank as head of structured finance in 2000, and worked himself up through the ranks, becoming a Director in 2000 and Managing Director of Stanbic Africa in 2001. In 2006 he was appointed Chief Executive of Personal and Business Banking, South Africa. In the same year, he completed Harvard University’s Advanced Management Programme.
In March 2008, Sim was appointed as Chief Executive of Standard Bank South Africa. He was appointed as one of three Deputy Chief Executives of the Standard Bank Group in April 2009. In June 2012, Sim took on the additional responsibility for Corporate and Investment Banking’s client franchise in South Africa. In March 2013, Sim was appointed joint Chief Executive of the Standard Bank Group, extending his responsibilities to the banking businesses on the African continent outside South Africa and to the bank’s Wealth business, including Liberty Holdings. Sim sits on the Board of Standard Bank’s subsidiary in Nigeria, Stanbic IBTC. He is chairman of the Banking Association Main Board and is a member of the Board of Business Leadership South Africa.
Ramesh has made a distinguished career expertise in the Agri/Food Commodities sector in Africa. His Region spans from the DRC on the West coast to South Africa and all the way up to Sudan and Ethiopia. He joined Olam in its early years in Nigeria and has since worked in multiple countries across Africa. He headed Olam’s India operations at one time and commenced Olam’s trading desk in Europe before returning to Africa.
MDR has worked close to farmer groups, worked alongside government programs, set up and run logistics and processing operations and also set up distribution structures in African markets. He is widely consulted by banks, government structures, NPOs and by businesses. MDR has authored and published a book on his African experiences and currently lives in Durban with his wife.
Chuma Nwokocha is the Chief Executive of Standard Bank, SA Mozambique; the country’s third largest bank and part of the Standard Bank Group, the largest banking group in Africa.
He has over 20 years experience of consulting and working in the Financial Services Industry. He joined Standard Bank in 2005 as the Chief Financial Officer and subsequently acted as its Chief Operating Officer for 2 years before being appointed the Head of Personal and Business Banking unit from where he assumed the office of the Chief Executive in February 2015. He sits on the Boards of the National Switch (SIMO) and Interbancos, a switch jointly owned with other banks
A Chartered Accountant by training, Chuma holds a first degree in Agricultural Economics as well as a Henley MBA. He is also a Tutu Fellow of the African Leadership Institute at Saïd Business School, Oxford
Chaired by (2)
David Pilling is the Africa Editor of the FT. Previously he was the Asia Editor (2008-16), Tokyo Bureau Chief (2002-08), Pharmaceuticals Correspondent (1999-2001), Deputy Features Editor (1997-99) and Chile/Argentina Correspondent (1993-97). He is the author of Bending Adversity: Japan and the Art of Survival (Penguin, 2014)
Andrew England is the Financial Times Middle East & Africa News Editor. He was previously Southern Africa bureau chief from 2011 to 2016, and prior to this he held other positions including Abu Dhabi bureau chief and Middle East and North Africa correspondent. He joined the Financial Times in 2004 as East Africa correspondent.
Before joining the FT, England was East Africa correspondent for the Associated Press, and before that he was a freelance journalist in Nairobi. He started his journalism career as a reporter on Investment Week Magazine.
England has a BA hons in politics and history from the University of the West of England, and a postgraduate diploma in newspaper journalism from City University.
In 1998 he won the Autif Trade Journalist of the Year Award.
For investors looking for above-average potential now is the right time to evaluate Mozambique’s prospects. The question however remains - can the region eclipse its current debt levels by realising the long awaited LNG wealth that the reserves promise? So far an economic tipping point has yet to transpire as the country continues to face challenges of regional drought, falling investment levels, political instability and rising debt. However, the outlook is optimistic and for those willing to take bold steps and who are able to move quickly, there are long to medium term gains to be gained with a predicted growth of at least 5.5% in 2017 and beyond.
A clearer vision is needed on how to leverage the country’s resources in order to transform and diversify its economy. Largely bypassed by previous industrial revolutions, Mozambique is in a strong position to reap the benefits of global investment and regional partnerships.
- At such a dynamic time, what are the real opportunities that exist for international investors and businesses?
- With a young and growing population, emerging resources and largely untapped markets, investors could provide the foundations for a country-wide renewal.
- How will this be powered by technological innovations?
- What can the country do to make it easier and more attractive for investors to collaborate and engage in trade deals?
- Where are the key opportunities across energy, mining, banking, technology and tourism? How do you navigate business deals which are sensitive to culture and community needs?
Further to last year’s successful event which welcomed seven key Ministers from the country, the FT Mozambique Summit 2017 will again be hosting an exclusive summit which gathers the country's political and leading local and international business leaders to debate a viable programme for accelerating the return to stronger growth and less risk. Join us to gain a clearer understanding on how to do better business in Mozambique.
Why should I attend?
- Get key insights on how do business in Mozambique - culture, style language and customs in the business environment
- Network with potential investors and decision makers
- Understand the Government's strategy to attract foreign investment
- Learn how communications and technology is evolving to support international players involvement
- Asses risk, barriers to investment and long term financial rewards
Who will I be meeting?
The Summit will attract 200+ delegates from a cross-sector representation. The audience will include executives from corporates, financial services, consultancies and government bodies. Including:
- C-suites executives
- Heads of Investments
- Heads of International Business
- Heads of Finance
- Heads of Africa
- Country Directors and Managers
- Ministerial officials and Ambassadors
Be in good company
Past attendees include:
Access Bank • Anadarko • Banco Único • CDC Group • Deloitte • ENI • International Finance Corporation • Norfund • Maersk Mozambique Lda • Mediacop • Odebrecht Serviços no Exterior • OLAM International • Radission Blu • Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe • Sasol Petroleum • Siemens • Soico • South African Airway • Standard Bank • Uber • Unilever
The registration fee covers your attendance at the conference, this includes refreshments and any documentation made available on the day. Our fees do not include travel and accommodation costs. Please see our Terms and Conditions for more information.
Discounts are available when registering multiple delegates. When booking 3 - 5 places save 10% per ticket, 6 - 9 places save 20% per ticket and for 10+ tickets save 30% per ticket. Discounts will automatically apply when booking.
Presented By (1)
The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. Providing essential news, comment, data and analysis for the global business community, the FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of 840,000. Mobile is an increasingly important channel for the FT, driving more than half of total traffic.
Lead Partner (1)
Standard Bank Mozambique is member of Standard Bank Group, Africa’s largest bank by assets. Established in Mozambique for over a century and with a wide network of branches throughout the country, Standard Bank provides the full spectrum of financial services ranging from retail to corporate banking.
Its Corporate & Investment Banking division serves a wide range of requirements for banking, finance, trading, investment and advisory services. The Corporate and Investment Banking division delivers this comprehensive range of products and services relating to: investment banking; global markets; and global transactional products and services.
Standard Bank’s personal & business banking offers banking and other financial services to individuals and small-to-medium enterprises, which includes mortgage lending, instalment sale and finance leases, card products, transaction and lending products, and bancassurance.
About Standard Bank Group
The Standard Bank Group is the largest African banking group by assets with approximately USD 128 billion in assets at 31 December 2015. It has operations in 20 African countries, including South Africa, and representative offices in key markets around the world, including New York. Standard Bank has a clear purpose: Africa is our home, we drive her growth.
Gold Sponsor (1)
Mozambique LNG is emerging as a future leader in the global LNG industry as it works to develop a first-of-its-kind LNG facility on the Afungi peninsula in Cabo Delgado province. With approximately 75 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas discovered in the Offshore Area 1, the Mozambique LNG Project represents an extraordinary opportunity to meet increasing world demand for a sustainable, reliable and cleaner source of energy. Mozambique’s favorable central geographic location means the country is well positioned to meet the needs of customers in the Atlantic and Asia-Pacific markets plus tap into the growing demand for energy in the Middle East and Indian sub-continent. Anadarko and the other participants in Mozambique LNG are committed to working collaboratively with Mozambican communities and government officials to safely develop these natural gas resources in a manner that protects the environment, encourages additional foreign investment and contributes to the long-term economic stability of the region.
Silver Sponsor (1)
Deloitte is a leader in professional services globally, with over 200,000 professionals in more than 150 countries. It combines world-class consulting and implementation strengths in strategy, operations, people and technology with advisory, regulatory and compliance capabilities in audit, tax, legal, risk and finance. Deloitte's breadth of services and deep industry expertise help it to anticipate its clients' needs and deliver exceptional value. Its collaborative culture fosters an environment where its professionals work side-by-side with clients to help them solve their most complex problems.
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