Deon & Noed International (DNI) – an integrated Advisory, Tax and Audit firm – has officially launched its operations at Ho in the Volta Region to help provide clients with tailored solutions based on industry-leading practices.
The Volta Region Office will primarily service existing and prospective clients within and outside the region in the areas of Audit and Assurance, Tax, and Advisory engagements.
Speaking during the ceremony at the weekend, Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa-Volta Regional Minister, revealed that: “By launching its office in the region, DNI has joined a group of firms which are committed to providing jobs and development to the people of this region”.
Dr. Letsa said the Regional Coordinating Council will collaborate with the firm to ensure the region has its fair share of businesses sited in big cities of the country.
He stressed: “By bringing your offices to this Region, DNI has become an example worthy of emulation by others. I therefore encourage other businesses and firms to consider bringing their services and products to the region”.
He also entreated citizens from the Volta Region who have established businesses and firms elsewhere in the country to consider establishing offices and branches in the region.
In a solidarity message, Mr. Kenneth K. Deh – Chairman of the Ho District Society of the Institute of Chartered Accountant, Ghana (ICAG) – expressed his excitement with the launch of DNI’s operations in the region.
He appealed for DNI to explore the possibility of employing young qualified Chartered Accountants in the region, to help equip them with the much-needed practical experience.
He called on businesses to engage professional services of the firm to help them expand their operations.
Dr. Christopher Kwame Sokpor, Country Senior Partner of DNI, said the launch of the Ho office underscored the firm’s commitment to providing the best services for their clients in a convenient, reliable and timely manner.
Dr. Sokpor said he believes: “The Volta Region needs Auditors, Financial experts, Consultants and Advisors to help revamp business activities in the region,” and expressed his appreciation to the people of the region for welcoming the firm.
He said: “DNI started operating in the region in August 2014. The Volta Region is dear to our hearts as professionals, and this is what precipitated the move to set up a branch of DNI in the region”.
Mr. Raphael Kwame Darku, Assistant Auditor-General for the Volta Region, stated that there will be a lot of consultations between DNI and the Audit Service of the Volta Region and encouraged DNI to join them to help build the capacity of Auditors in the region.
DNI currently has operations in seven (7) countries: namely Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Togo.
The Volta Region branch office is located in the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) Credit Union Association (CUA) building at Ho.