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Transcript: David Williams

In the FAS business conventional wisdom is very important. We are trying to help clients solve business problems and most business problems have happened before. It is just simply a matter of using the data and using the situation and applying common sense to it but presenting it in a way that clients can understand it and ultimately feel comfortable that you are the person to guide them through the problem. We make sure in the context of new technology that we understand the ever-evolving fraud schemes that can happen and we make sure in the context of finding fraud that we use all of the technology tools available to us to do so.

Our profile with regard to diversity is tremendous in the industry and that is a very good thing and creates a lot of pride in our organization and a lot of pride in the people who are a part of our organization. It is a core value of ours and ultimately I think it is good for us as well as very good for our clients.

This is a picture of a barn. It is a round barn and Indiana made by an artist who is quadriplegic. It helps me to think about talent and where talent comes from and that talent comes in different forms. I would have never expected the artist to be able to do this given his condition and it just shows that you can succeed and that you can find talent in a lot of places.

I am at Deloitte because this organization presents a great opportunity for me to practice my craft in an organization with people who have great respect for and work in a community of people who I admire and who I want to be around and who I want to learn from and who I want to contribute to. All of those things make this a great place for me.

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