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PAFA creates value for our member organisations and other stakeholders by working with our partners on mutually beneficial initiatives.
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“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
“We see our partnership with PAFA as being of mutual benefit. Our collaborative relationship as regional organisations has enabled us to engage on the key issues that affect the accounting profession. In so doing, both our organisations are able to better understand the concerns on a grassroots level that affect accountants and auditors respectively. Together, we represent a powerful force to influence the future of public sector accounting and auditing, for the benefit of the profession and ultimately for our citizens.”
Meisie Nkau, CEO: AFROSAI-E
“The average organisation loses up to 5% of its gross revenue due to fraud. The only way that you can ensure you mitigate your risk of losing millions is by ensuring that you employ skilled, professional people. For that reason, it is important to partner with institutions like PAFA, which are recognised internationally and play a crucial role in setting standards and driving professionalisation in Africa. I am proud to state that there is an MoU between PAFA and the ACFE SA.”
Jaco de Jager, CEO: ACFE SA
“Technology is one of the most important levers to equip financial professionals to be relevant in this new future.”
Theuns Holtshousen, CaseWare Africa, Business Executive – Africa Markets
“We welcome our collaboration with PAFA and its CEO. Joint FIDEF/PAFA initiatives are more effective for the accountancy profession in French-speaking African countries. We are determined to continue along this path together.”
Arnaud Debray, délégué général de la FIDEF