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KPMG Africa Limited (KAL) defines a separate legal entity comprising 14 national practices in sub-Saharan Africa that are managed, from a client’s perspective, effectively as one firm, ie, with one governance Board and one Executive Committee.
The KPMG Africa Board appoints the Africa Region Chairman, approves the long-term strategy, protects and enhances the KPMG brand, manages risk, appoints and evaluates management and approves policies and procedures. The KPMG Africa Chairman and Senior Director resides in Johannesburg, South Africa. The key responsibilities of the Africa Executive Committee include the development and execution of strategy, establishing an effective process to ensure compliance with policies and procedures, as well as executing and monitoring the implementation of Africa Board decisions.
All French-speaking African National practices fall under ‘Francophone Africa’, the most senior representative of which is a permanent invitee on the KPMG Africa Board. Remaining practices in Africa – ie, in North Africa – fall into our Middle East South Asia (MESA) region.