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TGS Global sets up in Morocco

The Moroccan auditing and consulting firm, CKE Consulting, announced, on the sidelines of its seminar presenting the provisions of the 2020 Finance Law, its “membership” with the international network TGS Global (Think Global Sustainability). Present in sixty countries and spanning five continents, the TGS Global network is ranked in the top 25 of international audit and consultancy networks.

“CKE Consulting and TGS Global share the same vision, the same values ​​and convictions. At a time when Morocco is in full reflection on a new development model that must integrate the aspects of sustainable development, our firm shares the integrated vision, namely a vision of sustainable development which integrates all the levers of development of the company whether financial, economic, social, organizational or environmental,” said Mohamed El Allam, co-founder and Managing Partner TGS CKE Consulting.

At the same time Youssef El Ouadi, co-founder and Tax Partner TGS CKE Consulting, clarified: “As part of our duty of advice and support, we are committed to covering all areas of risk and ensuring the sustainability of the Moroccan company, by bringing visibility to the leaders for a better piloting and a controlled profitability subscribing in a perspective of sustainable development”.

By joining the international TGS Global network, CKE Consulting takes an important step in its development strategy. The audit and consulting firm wants to give itself the means to its ambitions, by capitalizing on the achievements made since its creation in 2012, to better support its customers.

“TGS Global takes great interest in the development of the international network in Morocco, which constitutes a privileged opening towards Africa. The choice of CKE Consulting to represent the TGS Global network is motivated by its level of commitment and mobilization that made its reputation in Morocco,” said Marc Desjardins, president of TGS Global.

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