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Special services group

Introduction

The Special services group (SSG) develops solutions to complex business problems for organisations. We deliver financial management and business management solutions to medium and large clients across a diverse range of industries.

Our team comprises of qualified chartered accountants, trainee chartered  accountants and business management consultants who have significant experience in delivering comprehensive solutions to common and unusual business challenges that confront our clients.

Because of our experience and collaborative approach to working with the complete range of service offerings within the Deloitte stable, we are able to provide you with the confidence that we can identify the root cause and help you build the right solutions for your business.

By integrating our five distinct service offerings (Audit, Tax, Consulting, Financial advisory, Corporate finance) and extensive industry knowledge we are able to deliver unique solutions that address our clients' needs. We work with our clients to develop executable strategies which help them unlock value in the most practical way.

Identifying your needs

Business challenges arise from many areas of corporate activity, including:

  • Rapid growth
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Implementation of new systems
  • Changes in regulation
  • Changes in business environment
  • Downsizing or cost-reduction
  • Resource constraints

The Special services group help organisations to build a solution to business challenges that produce the following symptoms:

  • Inadequate business processes to support operations
  • Unexplained financial losses
  • Poor trading results
  • Long outstanding accounts receivable balances
  • Inadequate or inaccurated costing systems
  • Long outstanding account reconciliations
  • Backlogs in financial processing and reporting
  • Shortage of key financial staff at critical times
  • Poor or inadequate internal control systems
  • Lack of financial policies and procedures manual
  • Inadequate management information

Thought Leadership

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