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Kreston expands presence in Africa with admittance of Asante, Anarfi & Associates, Ghana

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International -  Kreston has admitted Asante Anarfi & Associates of Ghana, West Africa to membership.

Based in Accra, the 3 partner firm offers the full service offering to a broad range of clients across the commercial and financial sectors.

Kreston CEO Jon Lisby comments:“This is excellent news. We have been without representation in Ghana since 2014 and Asante, Anarfi & Associates has the strong capability, resources and experience we have been looking for and which will benefit both Kreston Africa and the global network. Their admittance will only help to raise Kreston’s profile further in West Africa”.

Managing Partner of Asante, Anarfi & Assocaties, Paul K. Asante added: “I am delighted that Asante, Anarfi & Associates is now part of the Kreston network. Our mission is to grow the firm to provide exceptional accounting, tax and consulting services to all sectors of industry, commerce, and individuals, while maintaining an uncompromised standard of ethics and a commitment to provide value-added solutions to our clients’ needs. Through our membership of Kreston, we can now offer our clients the additional expertise of our fellow members both in Africa and across the global network”.

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