Deloitte is a multinational accountancy firm, with offices around the world, including in Boston. Throughout its history, Deloitte has worked with state and corporate entities to promote crony capitalism and the privatization of what should be public resources.
As Jacobin reported in 2021: "The EU’s promised €750 billion in recovery spending has been a boost for consultancy firms like Deloitte and PwC, hired to plan where funds are directed. These businesses’ growing control over public spending isn’t just undemocratic — it’s a recipe for corruption." The same article from Jacobin further notes that "consultants, like Deloitte, are proving that they can have their cake and eat it, too. For even as they advise some of the corporations who are benefiting from the economic aid packages (like oil giant Cepsa, department store chain El Corte Inglés, and electricity firm Endesa), they are also retained by the very same ministries who are awarding the grants. The Spanish government has committed almost €25 billion in public guarantees to back these companies’ bank loans." (See also: here, here, and here.)
Deloitte maintains multiple offices in Israel. According to Deloitte Israel's website, the company has "150 partners and directors and over 1500 employees in Israel" who "serve domestic and international clients, public institutions and promising fast-growing companies whose shares are traded on the Israeli, US and European capital markets."