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PKF International adds correspondent in Mauritania

PKF International has expanded its presence in francophone Africa with the addition of CBSD Audit et Conseil as a correspondent firm in Mauritania.

Established in 1992, CBSD Audit et Conseil currently consists of three partners and 17 staff. Its client base includes public bodies, banks, and organisations from the construction, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas sectors.

As well as providing business law and taxation guidance to a range of organisations from global firms to SMEs and individuals, the firm also assists with real estate law, banking regulations, management consultancy, and mediation advice.  Managing partner, Mamadou Mansour LY has 25 years of audit experience with EY.

Managing Partner BA Samba Diom said: "CBSD has been operating for over 30 years and is a proven audit, legal and tax consulting, accounting and management firm in Mauritania and the West African and Maghreb sub-region. Our firm enjoys the confidence of donors such as the World Bank, the European Union, UNDP and the African Development Bank.”

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