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IECnet adds new members in Benin, Burkina Faso, Togo and Côte d'Ivoire

SVDG AFRIQUE "Save Vivify Dynamize & Guide organisations" is a group of consulting firms in audit, advice, accounting, tax and finance, led by a founding partner, member of the Order of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Accountants of Benin, the National Order of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Accountants of Burkina-Faso, and the National Order of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Accountants of Togo.
On the strength of their experience in audit, consultancy, accounting, tax and finance firms, the SVDG AFRICA partners of "Save Vivify Dynamize & Guide organisations", have acquired the conviction that its activity should serve to guide, advise and support national and transnational companies. Staff is made up of competent and experienced employees with more than 17 years of experience in auditing, advice, accounting, tax and finance with the objective of offering clients support in the management of their business. The firm's activities cover the following sectors: Private companies: Organisational, functional, financial and accounting audit, administrative, tax and accounting assistance, internal control assessment, drafting of the procedures manual, opening balance sheet, staff training, inventory of fixed assets, presentation of annual financial statements, staff recruitment, debt collection, implementation in place of the financial plan (business plan, cash flow plan); Development projects and programmes: Organisational, programmatic, financial and accounting audit, physical inventory of project assets, preparation of procedures manuals, administrative, tax and accounting assistance, internal control assessment, staff recruitment, staff training; Public or semi-public companies: Financial and accounting audit, physical inventory of fixed assets, preparation of procedure manuals, opening balance sheet as part of a restructuring, staff recruitment, debt collection, equal expertise.

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