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Deloitte in Central Europe

Since the beginning of the 1990s, Deloitte has played an integral part in Central Europe's transition through its advisory role to governments, and local and foreign businesses.

In 1990 we established Deloitte & Touche Eastern Europe and started to serve clients in Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). At that time, our regional firm employed a handful of people, had offices in three Central European countries and the CIS, and posted annual revenues of under $0.5 million.

Today, Deloitte in Central Europe employs over 3,700 people in  42 offices spanning 18 countries.

Key milestones


Regional headcount exceeds 3,700 people in 42 offices in 18 countries


Regional headcount exceeds 3,200 people in 17 countries with revenues EUR 236 million
Deloitte has risen to become the largest private professional services organization in the world for the first time in the organization's history


Regional headcount exceeds 3,800 people in 17 countries with revenues EUR 271 million


Regional headcount exceeds 4,000 people in 17 countries with revenues exceeding EUR 277 million


Deloitte CE celebrates 10 years and revenues exceed EUR 200 million


Our regional headcount exceeds 3,000 people


Deloitte & Touche changes its brand to "Deloitte"


Our regional headcount exceeds 2,000 people


Our regional annual revenues exceed U.S. $100 million


Formation of Deloitte CE equity partnership

1995 Local practices are established in Albania and Estonia
1994 CIS separates from Deloitte & Touche Eastern Europe - Deloitte & Touche Central Europe is formed. Local practices are established in Latvia, Lithuania and FYR Macedonia. Our regional headcount exceeds 1,000 people
1993 Deloitte & Touche Eastern Europe annual revenues exceed U.S. $50 million
1992 Local practices are established in Bulgaria and Romania
1991 Local practice is established in Yugoslavia
1990 Local practices are established in Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia and the CIS