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UNDERSTANDING AFRICA

Turn a footprint into a foothold

International companies cannot afford to ignore the possibility of expanding in Africa. Africa’s economic performance over the past decade has outstripped any other period. It is now the second fastest growing region in the world with a rapidly expanding consumer base that is highly attractive to foreign investors.

As business in Africa is developing, so is RSM’s representation across the continent. Thanks to our local knowledge combined with the strength of the global RSM network, we are able to help you identify the opportunities that can drive your business forward. 

Medium-sized businesses have an advantage over larger organisations as they are able to act more nimbly, and are often subject to fewer restrictions when they set up and operate in Africa. 

We offer a full range of services that can help you harness the myriad of investment opportunities that are opening up. In addition to audit and tax services, we are also seeing rising demand for risk advisory services, which enable organisations to meet compliance requirements while protecting their valuable assets.

If you’re aiming to turn a footprint in Africa into a foothold, we want to be your trusted adviser. Let us help you navigate the risks and challenges in this fast-growing, resource-rich land of opportunity.

RSM continues to strengthen African representation by admitting the 5th largest firm in Nigeria

4 September 2013
RSM, the seventh largest global network of independent audit, tax and advisory firms, has further strengthened its presence in Africa with the admittance of SIAO Partners, Nigeria’s fifth largest accounting firm by revenue, to the network.

Africa - The Last Frontier of the World Economy

4 June 2013
Once dismissed as an economic backwater beset by political turmoil, Africa has become an attractive market for globally active companies seeking long-term profitable growth. Our latestTalking Points article, by RSM’s economic consultant David Bartlett, looks at the drivers behind Africa’s robust growth and discusses the continent’s long term outlook.

RSM World Day 2012

5 October 2012
One day, one focus, one network. On 20 September 2012, RSM brought together its accounting network of 32,000 colleagues across 700 offices in 94 countries as part of RSM World Day. It was a celebration of the growth and success of RSM and it was an opportunity to showcase the capabilities and expertise of the intergrated network, around the world.

RSM network connects for day of global celebrations

19 September 2012
On 20 September 2012, RSM will bring together its accounting network of 32,000 colleagues across 700 offices in 94 countries as part of RSM World Day – a celebration of the growth and success of the integrated network and an opportunity to showcase its capabilities and expertise around the world.

Africa marches forward: Could it be on the verge development breakthrough?

3 September 2012
Following the incredible events of the Arab Spring, a wave of change continues to sweep through Africa. Reading this article in the Wall Street Journal I was reminded of how dynamic the socio-political situation is across this continent.

Guest post: Occupational fraud and the auditor’s role – a view from South Africa

22 August 2012
Below is a thought-provoking guest post on auditors role in fighting fraud and corruption from Morne Pienaar, Internal Audit Manager at RSM Betty & Dickson in South Africa. In South Africa it is nearly impossible to read the news without seeing headlines regularly highlighting incidences of fraud, nepotism and corruption.

Guest Post: RSM in South Africa celebrate Nelson Mandela Day

26 July 2012
I am delighted to share with you this touching and inspiring story from a group of trainees from the Johannesburg Office of RSM Member Firm in South Africa, RSM Betty & Dickson.

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How can we help you? (Africa)

Regional Office

RSM Africa
P.O. Box 1734
2125 Randburg
Johannesburg

Tel: +27 11 329 6000

Regional Leader
Clive Betty

RSM Representation in Africa:

Angola
Botswana
Ghana
Kenya
Malawi
Mauritius
Mozambique
Nigeria
South Africa
Swaziland
Tanzania
Uganda
Zambia
Zimbabwe