The executives of more than 15 accounting firms operating under the international name Crowe Horwath in 12 French-speaking African countries will meet in Tunis from Thursday October 12th. Invited by their Tunisian colleagues, Ben Arbia and Zahaf, they will discuss the subject of developing inter-African economic exchanges, investment opportunities and synergies between their firms.
This meeting, the first of its kind, is being held in celebration of Zahaf's joining the Crowe Horwath International Network, operating in Tunisia now under the same umbrella with Ben Arbia.
During the meeting, the participants will discuss their expertise and the opportunities for collaboration offered by the economic dynamics between the operators of their respective countries. On this occasion, interventions by institutional operators, such as TABC and Pan-African Digital Alliance, will highlight potential African-African development projects.
Mr. Bernard Delomenie, Executive Director EMEA of Crowe Horwath International, will discuss the global development of Crowe Horwath International and particularly its expansion in Africa. A training session will be devoted to this occasion to use the French version of the audit software adopted by the Crowe Horwath International network, as well as the optimization of its use.