Future Opportunities-Enterprise Risk Services

Deloitte East Africa

Deloitte East Africa is a cluster of Deloitte offices that has joined together to provide seamless cross-border services to our clients in the region and to pass on the benefits of scale and access to resources that this organization can generate. Our East Africa practice serves multinationals, large national enterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises and the public sector across 3 countries of the region: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

Future Opportunities-Enterprise Risk Services

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Enterprise Risk Services

Deloitte's Enterprise Risk Services practice is a global leader in helping clients to manage risk, whether existing or potential, from the boardroom to the network.

Technological innovation, globalization, complex regulation, and increased accountability at the senior management and board levels have all combined to significantly change the landscape of risk management today.

We provide our clients with solutions from our full range of consulting and assurance services, from assessment to transformation, involving process redesign and technology implementation.

Requisition code: EAT-35671-AKM


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