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The Middle East Point of View Magazine

Deloitte in the Middle East is pleased to announce its new magazine, the “Middle East Point of View” (ME PoV).

Tapping on the region’s hot issues, the ME PoV seeks to provide thought provoking articles on a variety of topics authored by Deloitte Middle East leaders.

More ME PoV released issues

  • The Middle East Point of View Summer 2014
    The summer 2014 issue tackles several actual hot issues: from the special report on the Social Progress Index (SPI), alternative investments, “compelling case” for capital efficiencies to Disrupting the CHRO: Following in the CFO’s footsteps
  • The Middle East Point of View Spring 2014
    Topics covered in this, our first issue of 2014, include : Expo 2020 and the future of the Emirate, Procurement fraud Misconceptions about female leadership, discount rates, technology in M&A transactions, School’s out, now what? and the the real challenges for senior management.
  • Middle East Point of View Fall 2013 issue
    The Fall 2013 issue tackles several actual hot issues: from Gas, Russia and the Middle East; The project finance compass; Oman20/20 vision; Corruption, money-laundering, tax evasion and sanctions; Employee engagement; The Cloud: A CIO's survival guide, Innovation and Human Capital Trends.
  • Middle East Point of View summer 2013 issue
    The summer 2013 issue tackles several actual hot issues: from building intellectual capital in Islamic financial institutions (Brick by brick), whistleblowing or ‘Ethical’ hotlines that have been gaining prominence in the region in the last few years (Blowing in the wind?) and finding the value in environmental, social and governance performance and much more.
  • Middle East Point of View winter 2013 issue
    The world may not have ended in December 2012, but it has certainly changed. These changes, which encompass all aspects of life as we have grown accustomed to it, be they political, economic, financial, business or environmental to name but a few, have been so strong and so wide-reaching that they have questioned many ideas we had accepted to be truths.
  • Middle East Point of View fall 2012
    The fall 2012 issue tackles several actual hot issues: from impact of the uprisings, Libya and the Olympic and Paralympics games and much more.
  • Middle East Point of View winter 2012 issue
    As the financial crisis bares its claws and whole countries face financial ruin, the issue of money seems to permeate our very essence of being, crawling across every newspaper page and jumping out of every television screen and over all the radio waves.
  • Middle East Point of View fall 2011 issue
    Tapping on the region’s hot issues, the ME PoV seeks to provide thought provoking articles on topics that are of interest to you as a Middle East leader. This edition tackles timely issues from the color of a strategy, to the housing needs in Saudi Arabia, the price of oil, FATCA and much more.
  • Middle East Point of View issue #5
    Tapping on the region’s hot issues, the ME PoV seeks to provide thought provoking articles on topics that are of interest to you as a Middle East leader. This edition tackles timely issues from nuclear energy to banks in UAE, real estate and much more.
  • Middle East Point of View issue #4
    This 4th issue tackles several actual hot issues from Wikileaks and data security, to social media and corporate image, export control and the new Iranian sanctions, the quiet revolution of internal audit in the public sector, and much more.

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