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INPACT GLOBAL expands in Nigeria with MEL Associates Services

Founded in 1997, MEL Associates Professional Services (formerly Madu Melu + Co. Chartered Accountants), offers services across numerous sectors of the economy.

In order to achieve their target, the firm recruits, trains and retains a professional level of personnel. MEL Associates Professional Services has vast experience in handling challenging and cross-cutting assignments in the areas of Auditing/Compliance, Taxation and Advisory. In addition, some of the partners are short-term consultants to international organisations like the World Bank, EU and UNICEF.
The firm’s mission statement is to meet their clients’ expectations through systematic delivery of quality services, add value to their work and contribute to the welfare of staff and partners. Their goals are perfectly in line with INPACT Global's and that makes us excited to welcome MEL Associates Professional Services to our growing family.

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