Deloitte brings together more than 1,200 specialists providing New Zealand’s widest range of high quality professional financial services.
Assurance & Advisory (Audit, Advisory)
Financial Advisory (Corporate Finance, Recovery, Actuarial)
Consulting (Human Capital, Strategy & Operations, Technology)
Risk Advisory (Strategic and Reputation, Regulatory, Financial, Operational, Cyber, Forensics)
Tax (Business, Global Employer, Indirect)
Deloitte serves clients that range from New Zealand’s largest companies and public sector organisations to smaller businesses with ambition to grow.
Deloitte brings world-class capabilities, insights, and high-quality service to address clients’ most complex business challenges.
“It is our multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to client service, combined with a depth and breadth of expertise across business and industry, which sets us apart,” Andrew Boivin (Partner) says.
“Clients of all types and sizes benefit from our ability to look at issues from every angle.
“From New Zealand’s largest companies and public sector organisations, to small businesses with ambition to grow, we bring world-class capabilities, insights, and high-quality service to address clients’ most complex business challenges,” he says.
Like many of the co-operatives, mutuals and societies that Deloitte counts among its New Zealand clients, the firm is committed to corporate responsibility and sustainability.
“Throughout the world and here in New Zealand, the Deloitte network is committed to driving societal change and promoting environmental sustainability. Working in innovative ways with government, non-profit organisations, and civil society, we are designing and delivering solutions that contribute to a sustainable and prosperous future for all,” says Andrew.
“As a firm, we aim to make an impact that matters in the communities and markets in which we operate.”
Cooperative Business NZ Chief Executive Craig Presland says Deloitte’s role as the exclusive advisor to the World Economic Forum’s Food Security and Agriculture System Initiative is significant.
“The world’s food systems play a central role in the health and well-being of both human societies and ecosystems and are a key driver of economic livelihoods. Food systems contribute to the majority of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted in 2015, and are fundamental to thriving businesses. It is widely recognized that the co-operative business model is the most closely aligned towards the UN’s achievement of the 17 SDG’s by 2030,” says Craig.
“Cooperative Business NZ seeks to provide outstanding support services to its Members, these currently generating almost one-fifth of New Zealand’s GDP and serving around one in every three Kiwis as Members.
“We’re delighted to have Deloitte come on board with us as a Corporate Associate Member, this membership category being awarded to non – cooperatives which we know will provide an excellent level of support to our Members.”