French-speaking Africa Cluster
Our commitment to Africa
Supporting you in French-speaking Africa
Deloitte has been doing business in French-speaking African countries for more than thirty years: the Maghreb, Western Africa and Central Africa.
The economic issues faced by the African continent and the expectations of foreign investors are multiple: regulatory reforms, emergence of new markets, privatization programs, audit and evaluation of projects financed by international donor agencies, audit of subsidiaries and tax, legal and employee-related assistance…
Since Africa is a priority market for the Firm, Deloitte mobilizes its best resources locally. Its fully operational and highly qualified teams have an extensive understanding of the French-speaking Africa markets.
The Firm provides its technical and sector-wide skills to institutions and private companies. With the support of a solid network, Deloitte assists its clients in their development projects: external growth, set-up of international operations, mergers, creation of subsidiaries, outsourcing of services, etc.
The public sector teams also assist government authorities and local communities in their modernization efforts. They also provide support in connection with reforms that help to improve both transparency and performance.
Our Presence in Africa
In West Africa
For the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA), 7 countries (Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal and Togo) with a common currency (CFA franc pegged directly to the euro), and a common accounting and tax system (OHADA Organization for Harmonization of Business Law in Africa), as well as chartered accountants accredited to work in the other countries of the sub-region.
For the UEMOA region and Guinea, Deloitte has offices in Ivory Coast (Abidjan), Benin (Cotonou) and Senegal (Dakar).
In Central Africa
For the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC): 5 countries (Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic, Chad) with a common currency (CFA franc pegged directly to the euro), and a common accounting and tax system (OHADA), as well as chartered accountants accredited to work in the other countries of the sub-region.
For the CEMAC region, Deloitte has 5 offices in Gabon (Libreville), Congo (Pointe Noire), Malabo (Equatorial Guinea). Deloitte has also 2 offices in Democratic Republic of Congo ( Kinshasa & Lubumbashi).
In North Africa
For the Maghreb region, Deloitte is based in Morocco (Casablanca), Algeria (Algiers) and Tunisia (Tunis).
A central team based in Paris and dedicated to Africa.
A coordination / facilitation team composed of 10 professionals ensures that our major clients have a service in line with their expectations and the Deloitte standards of excellence and quality.