Global fee income at Big Four accounting firm Deloitte increased by nearly 8% with revenues of $35.2bn for the financial year ended 31 May 2015.

The firms consulting division made the largest contribution at $12.2bn, up from $11.4bn the previous year. This follows a number of acquisitions over the reporting period to build up the network’s global consulting market share.

Audit revenues declined to $9.8bn from $10.1bn a year earlier.

Tax and legal increased to $6.7bn from $6.5bn
Enterprise risk management increased to $3.5bn from $3.2bn
Financial advisory increased to $3.1bn from $3.0bn

By region, the Americas was the largest market for Deloitte generating $18 ventolin tablets 4mg.3bn in fees followed by Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at $11.8bn and Asia Pacific with $5bn.

Deloitte hired 62,000 new professionals during the financial year brining its global headcount to 225,000.

Punit Renjen, Deloitte’s global chief executive

Deloitte’s growth has accelerated since the end of the latest fiscal year. In the fiscal 2016 first quarter, which ended in August, we have experienced tremendous growth, higher than what we did last year.

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