Punit Renjen Is Deloitte’s Next Global CEO

Punit Renjen will be Deloitte's next global CEO, according to a statement released by the firm yesterday. He'll take the big chair on June 1, 2015, which is New Year's Day in the Deloitte Universe. 

He replaces Dr. Phil doppelganger Barry Salzberg who is retiring to become full-time faculty member at Columbia Business School. The Salz also "plans to serve on public company boards," because that's what Big 4 global chiefs do after they retire from their day jobs.  

Mr. Renjen has been the US firm's Chairman since 2011 and, last we checked, doesn't own an iPod. Maybe this new job will allow him to splurge a little.  

[Deloitte]

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