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Getting smart with employment

Since 2005, Deloitte has been working with INJAZ al-Arab (INJAZ), a non-profit organization that aims to promote youth education and training in the Middle East North Africa region, to support innovation and entrepreneurship among Arab youth. 630 more words

Challenges of Big Data Systems

When dealing with huge volumes of data that are derived from multiple independent sources. It is a significant undertaking to connect, link, match, clean and transform data across systems. 254 more words

Data Science

The Unthinkable Just Happened In Spain

Spain’s national court called to testify six current and former directors of the Bank of Spain, including its former governor, Miguel Ángel Fernández Ordóñez, and its former deputy governor (and current head of the Bank of International Settlements’ Financial Stability Institute), Fernando Restoy. 1,104 more words

Economic Report

Significant rise in Lisbon tourism

Those who live and work in Lisbon like tourists who visit the Portuguese capital. More than 90% of the population favours the presence of tourists. In addition, the contribution of tourism to the economic activity of the Lisbon Region is significant. 26 more words


Financial services and collaboration key to digital identity and blockchain systems

A year-long study involving the world’s leading banks has concluded financial institutions hold the key to digital identity management. Deloitte and the World Economic Forum co-produced two reports, The future of financial infrastructure: An ambitious look at how blockchain can reshape financial services and Disruptive innovation in financial services: A blueprint for digital identity, as part of the Beyond the Future of Financial Services project, exploring how blockchain and digital identity have potential as foundational enablers of future disruption. 1,017 more words


Essential Steps to Inclusive Leadership

Today’s leaders are drifting further and further from the hero model of yesteryear where a ‘boss’ barked orders from the hierarchy’s summit to minions who obediently scuttled about below. 1,056 more words