Deloitte appoints six new MDs
Middle East, September 21, 2011
Deloitte Corporate Finance (DCF), the financial advisory arm of Deloitte Middle East, has appointed six new managing directors, including current CEO Humphry Hatton.
“Our practice has expanded significantly, as evidenced by the growth of our workforce to over 180 in a span of three years. We have also established a range of new service lines and industries across the Middle East,” said Hatton.
“As an addition to our core offerings in Corporate Finance Advisory, Forensic and Dispute Services, Transaction Services, Valuations, and Capital Projects Advisory, DCF has recently strengthened its depth of specialised offering to include Real Estate Advisory capabilities as well as a dedicated Restructuring Advisory team,” he said.
DCF is one of the largest financial advisory service providers in the region, with eight offices across the GCC (including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Kuwait, Riyadh, Jeddah, Al Khobar and Manama) and dedicated financial advisory professionals.
Hatton concluded: “We are working extensively with family businesses, financial institutions, the government sector as well as international companies, and believe that the region will continue to provide significant opportunities for further growth.” – TradeArabia News Service
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