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MSI Global Alliance appoints accounting firm in Ghana

Press release by MSI Global Alliance

Press release by MSI Global Alliance - MSI Global Alliance, one of the world’s leading international associations of independent legal and accounting firms, is pleased to announce the appointment of Planita Consulting in Ghana.

Based in Accra, Planita Consulting specialises in the provision of accounting, audit and tax services as well as business consulting. Since its foundation in 2009, the firm has grown steadily and now serves a wide range of small and medium-sized businesses as well as international companies operating in and out of Ghana.

Tim Wilson, chief executive of MSI, said, “I am pleased to welcome Planita Consulting to MSI. Their membership adds to our offering to members in Africa and provides a much needed footprint in West Africa. I look forward to working with Planita in the coming years.”

Kwasi Owusu-Takyi, managing partner of Planita Consulting said, “We are very excited to become members of MSI. We hope that our membership will complement MSI’s membership coverage in Africa and we look forward to working with MSI members worldwide.”

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