We at Deloitte East Africa are committed to gaining insightful knowledge on the needs of our clients as well as developing trends in East Africa. See below reports on various regional surveys that we have carried out on several topics.
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Enterprise Risk Management Survey Report 2012
Where do you stand?
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) has become a hot button issue in virtually all sectors of the economy across East Africa. In particular, within the financial services sector, risk management has grown in prominence largely as a result of regulatory push but also as a means of protecting current assets while actively seeking competitive advantage.
The East Africa Enterprise Risk Management Survey is the first survey of its kind as it seeks to provide a baseline assessment of the state of risk management within the financial services sector in the region.
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Private Equity Survey 2011
2012 looks promising
The results of the second private equity confidence survey indicate that there is an increased appetite for investment in private equity ventures in East Africa. East Africa experienced a significant influx of private equity interest in 2011. New East Africa-focused funds are targeting high-growth small and medium enterprises in consumer-driven sectors. Investors have also begun to explore deals in new markets in Ethiopia, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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East Africa application security 2011
Managing information security has become more complex and challenging than ever before. Business processes and supporting applications have moved well beyond their traditional self-contained boundaries. Organizations in East Africa are rapidly extending enterprise application access to suppliers, customers, and partners via the internet.
Mainstream applications as well as their transactions and communications now reach far beyond the internal employee user base to tie together a much wider group of end users.
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East Africa security study 2011
There was a time when information security was an exclusive domain of the technically-savvy. As business processes grow more dependent upon technology, the need for information security is becoming central to organizations’ business strategies. The role of the information security function is evolving to become more open, business-oriented, and focused around information risk management. Consequently, this transformation has moved information security from a technology-oriented function to a business-focused initiative.
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