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The News Archive for David Sproul

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The News Archive for David Sproul

David Sproul

Independent Board Director & Advisor

London, UK
22 May 2020

Covid-19 will change business forever, says Deloitte chief

David Sproul, Deloitte’s global deputy chief executive, told City A.M. that rapid changes in working habits and use of technology since the pandemic outbreak would likely never be reversed.

4 Jun 2019

Deloitte’s North West Europe partnership expands

"This month, Deloitte NWE expanded to include Greece, Italy, and Malta. With the addition of the three Mediterranean countries, Deloitte NWE is now Deloitte North and South Europe (NSE). Its new CEO is Richard Houston, a senior partner at Deloitte and previously managing partner for Deloitte NWE and UK consulting businesses. Houston succeeds David Sproul as chief executive..."

21 May 2019

UK is destination of choice in Europe for foreign investment; for this to continue a pro-growth, ope

David Sproul, Partner and Chief Executive of Deloitte UK and North West Europe, added: “There is much in this report for the UK to be proud of. The levels of investment the country has attracted over previous years from foreign investors is testimony to the excellent business, legal, regulatory and social environment that the UK has created..."

29 Apr 2019

Deloitte announces new charity partnerships

David Sproul, senior partner and Chief Executive of Deloitte UK, said: “Making an impact on one million futures was an ambitious target in just five years, but through the commitment and goodwill of our people, we are making a positive impact in society..."

15 Apr 2019 | Bloomberg

More CFOs See Worse Business Environment After Brexit: Survey

“The continuation of uncertainty is causing much frustration for U.K. businesses,” said David Sproul, chief executive officer of Deloitte for north west Europe. “As well as stashing cash, many continue to delay investment. Businesses remain in a period of further limbo.”

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