On Wednesday, 24 March, the Morison KSi Board approved the appointment of four new Board members to their North America and Africa Boards.
These additions will strengthen and enhance the skills and reach of these two already active Regional Boards.
Adil Charradi, Managing Partner of Auditia in Casablanca, Morocco, joins the Morison KSi Africa Board. Initially trained at PWC in Paris, Adil brings his extensive experience working in both Africa and Europe further strengthening the bonds between the two continents.
Ashvin Gokhool, Chair of the Morison KSi Africa Board said, “I am pleased to welcome Adil to the African Board. I look forward to working with him to continue our development in Africa, particularly in the French-speaking countries. His experience and knowledge of this part of Africa will, no doubt, be an asset to the Board and also, in furthering business among member firms of the Association.”
Over the past year, Morison KSi’s African region achieved a 12% growth and was ranked 7th in the latest World Survey published by the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB).
The Morison KSi North America Board is welcoming three new directors: Evan Stephens, Tax Partner at Sensiba San Filippo (San Francisco/San Jose); James Gomes, Auditor and Partner in Charge of the firm’s human resources at Calibre CPA Group PLLC (Washington D.C/Chicago) and Trey Kennedy, founding partner of BKM Sowan Horan (Dallas/Austin).
Sandra Ataman, Chair of the Morison KSi North America Board said: “Congratulations to our newly appointed members of the Morison KSi North American Board, Evan, James and Trey. We appreciate the skills and experiences each of them brings to the board and we very much look forward to working in collaboration to achieve success for all members of the North American region.”
The North American region ranked 9th globally in the latest IAB World Survey with an impressive 4% growth, in an otherwise stagnant market.
Paul Wan, Global Chair of Morison KSi said: “We are delighted to have Adil, Evan, James and Trey coming forward to serve the Association as Board members amidst their already busy work schedule. Their admission to the Boards will definitely add further talent and skills to support the regional development and activities.”
Congratulations to all new Directors on their appointments!