June 24, 2024

Deloitte Inducts 32 New Partners To Boost Middle East Region

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Deloitte Inducts 32 new partners for the Middle East region and out of which Females account for 31% of new partner promotions
Deloitte Inducts 32 new partners for the Middle East region and out of which Females account for 31% of new partner promotions: Group of business executives attending a meeting with a successful Arab Businessman: - Image Courtesy: - Getty Images/Getty Images

Deloitte, the largest professional services network in the world, has further grown its leadership team in the Middle East with the admission of 32 new partners on June 1, 2024, in addition to 23 lateral hire partners in the last 11 months.

Deloitte Inducts 32 new partners for the Middle East region and out of which Females account for 31% of new partner promotions

According to Industry sources, Deloitte Middle East continues to be a purpose-driven organization aiming to add value for its people, clients, and wider society. Deloitte has been recognized by Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine as the Number 7 best place to work on the World’s Best Workplace 2022 list and made it on the top 20 Best Workplaces in the UAE and KSA in 2023, the most recent list.

From L To R – Mutasem Dajani, CEO, Deloitte Middle East And Rana Ghandour Salhab, People and Purpose Partner, Deloitte Middle East

Mutasem Dajani, CEO, of Deloitte Middle East, stated: “Expanding our leadership team is a reflection of the growth we are seeing across our region. As the Middle East undergoes rapid transformation across several sectors, our new partners will enable us to meet the increasing market demand. With their expertise in areas such as technology, including AI and Cyber, human capital, hospitality, and consumer, our new generation of leaders will support our clients in critical ways to address their needs.” To continuously create exceptional and memorable development experiences to grow its people for undisputed leadership in the marketplace, Deloitte has recently launched Deloitte University EMEA in Paris. Deloitte University EMEA in Paris represents an investment in the people at Deloitte, with a curriculum focused on leadership, professional skills, and industry-driven.

Rana Ghandour Salhab, People and Purpose Partner, Deloitte Middle East, stated: “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion remain a strategic priority for our organization. With over 31% of our newly promoted partners being women, we continue to set concrete diversity targets and are proud that more and more women are assuming Deloitte leadership roles in the Middle East. We continuously enhance our flexible work programs and learning and development opportunities to allow our employees to have outstanding careers, with mentoring, allyship, and sponsorship programs beneficial to all while tailoring some for women at different stages of their lives and careers.”

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