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New Leadership Announced At Deloitte Global

Tom Burroughes Group Editor 18 February 2015

New Leadership Announced At Deloitte Global

Deloitte Global, the professional services giant, has announced a new CEO, adding to a a number of senior moves in the firm around the world.

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, or Deloitte Global, has announced that Punit Renjen, the Deloitte US member firm chairman of the board, has been selected as its new chief executive.

Renjen will assume his new role on 1 June, the start of Deloitte Global’s new fiscal year, it said in a statement. Renjen succeeds Barry Salzberg, who will retire from Deloitte Global at the end of its fiscal year (31 May 2015) and become a member of the full-time faculty of Columbia Business School as a professor of professional practice. Salzberg also plans to serve on public company boards.

The Deloitte network is composed of 47 member firms, operating in 150 countries, and employing more than 210,000 people worldwide, it said. Deloitte regularly comments on sectors including wealth management.

Prior to his latest role, Renjen served as chairman and CEO of Deloitte Consulting in the US.


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