The meeco Group starts cooperation with BDO Zimbabwe – a member firm of BDO International, one of the largest accountancy networks
On the 17th of July, a memorandum of understanding was signed between oursun Energy (Private) Ltd. and BDO Tax & Advisory Services, Zimbabwe, binding accordingly and respectively as partners the two parent companies: The meeco Group and BDO Zimbabwe. In the context of this collaboration, BDO Zimbabwe will help oursun Energy Ltd. to develop its activity in Zimbabwe by offering Clear Advisory and Asset Management Services of The meeco Group in partnership with the Zimbabwean unit of it, oursun Energy.
BDO Zimbabwe was founded in 1981 by Mr Ngoni Kudenga, being the first black Chartered Accountant in Zimbabwe. The firm was then known as Kudenga & Co Chartered Accountants. In 1996, Kudenga & Co joined BDO International and thus gained international presence and expertise. In 2010, BDO adopted a single brand name for all its member firms, and thus BDO Kudenga & Co became known as BDO Zimbabwe. BDO Zimbabwe’s real strength lies in its ability to exploit the BDO global network but at the same time remaining a truly local and independent firm by keeping its founding values at the heart of its mission.
“We are pleased by the prospect of exploiting BDO’s expertise and to start working with a partner such as this one, strongly renowned for building long-term and close personal customer relationship. We are sure of the future success that this opportunity promises”.
Simba Mhuriro, Director of oursun Energy Zimbabwe
In the near future, oursun and BDO Zimbabwe will work together as a team to satisfy a great variety of customers such as governments, investors and companies thanks to worthwhile renewable energy Advisory and Asset Management services in Zimbabwe.