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Issue 6 | April 2022

Message from John Johnston, Chief Executive Officer - Deloitte Caribbean and Bermuda region

On behalf of everyone at Deloitte, I hope you find this issue beneficial and that you thoroughly enjoy the summer months ahead.  Many of you will no doubt be travelling abroad and reuniting with family and friends whom you may not have seen since the start of the pandemic. I wish you and your family a safe and fantastic summer! 

If you have any questions or comments on the topics throughout this issue or would like to connect, please feel free to reach to out by clicking here.

CBC centers of excellence

Expertise at your fingertips

Deloitte in the CBC has a leadership position in Audit and Assurance, Consulting, Risk Advisory and Financial Advisory Services. Our teams are highly specialized in Forensics, with a focus on digital forensic identification, collections and examinations, data processing, forensic document review services and data center transformation. 

Our professionals have extensive experience in developing Cyber strategies and possess industry-leading certifications. For over 16 years, Deloitte's Resiliency Centre “DRC”, has been the premier disaster recovery facility in the Caribbean, designed to protect and secure critical systems and data and maintain the continuity of business operations for clients. For more insight on our Cyber and Forensic services please contact:

Lawrence Lewis, Cyber Leader

Nicholas Kedney, Financial Advisory Partner

Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2030

Our WorldClimate initiatives

Our objective with our WorldClimate initative is to achieve Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2030. For FY21, we’re collectively investing in meaningful carbon projects for positive climate change:

Columbia- Rainforest Protection
This project's aim is to help indigenous forest-dependent communities prevent deforestation by reducing unsustainable timber extraction and agricultural practices.

Mexico - Improved Cookstoves
Firewood cooking will be replaced by cookstoves designed to burn biomass fuel more efficiently

Aruba Wind Project 
Wind farms generate clean electricity from renewable resources using wind turbines.

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