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Deloitte creates: Deloitte North West Europe

In a move that will bolster investment for clients, talent and building capacity, Deloitte has combined its member firms in Belgian, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden with its UK and Swiss firm to create Deloitte North West Europe.

An additional €200 million ($223 million) will be invested across the region over the next three years with an estimated €5 billion in annual revenue being generated. Deloitte North West Europe will begin operating on June 1 2017 and will have 28,000 partners and employees. It will account for 20% of all revenue within Deloitte's global network. 

Deloitte has more than 244,400 professionals at member firms in more than 150 countries and territories. Its revenues for fiscal year 2016 were $36.8 billion. 

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