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Nexia International adds member firm in Mali

Nexia International has added Sangaré Partners, based in Mali, to its network.

Nexia International has added Sangaré Partners, based in Mali, to its network.

Headquartered in Mali’s capital, Bamako, Sangaré Partners has one partner and 15 members of staff, including four managers.

The firm provides audit and advisory services to publicly listed companies in the electricity and transport sectors as well as government and international public organisations.

The firm was founded in 2009 by managing partner Amadou Sangaré who had spent more than a decade as an auditor and consultant with Big Four firms in Paris and North America.

Amadou said: “This is an exciting new chapter for Sangaré Partners. We look forward to working with our Nexia colleagues to help us build and develop our international client base and expertise.”  

Nexia International CEO Kevin Arnold said: “We are delighted to welcome Sangaré Partners to Nexia International. We look forward to working with them to help provide member firms and their clients with even better access to high quality expertise and resources in Africa and beyond.”


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