Akorfa DzanduOutsourced, Finance and Admin
Akorfa is Financial Management expert and the Head of the Outsourced and Project Management Services with the CDC Group. She has over 21 years’ experience in providing consulting services to institutions in the education, health, tourism, and private sector, fifteen (15) of which she has worked with CDC Consult Limited, where she plays a dual role as Head of Outsource and Project Management and Head of Finance and Administration of the Firm.
Akofa has specific expertise in providing support to SMEs in the areas of accounting and bookkeeping, auditing, records and administrative management as well as payroll management for small and large companies. She manages CDC Consult’s staff assigned to various projects that the company collaborates on.
Prior to joining the group, she gained her rich accounting and assurance experience working with Ernst & Young and Deloitte & Touche. Her work at CDC Consult Ltd includes overall management of the firm's outsourced service line with specific responsibility for the firm’s outsourced payroll and accountancy portfolio as well as the provision of business advisory services to small businesses.
As head of CDC Consult’s Finance and Administrative department she is responsible for invoicing and collection of debt, recording of the firms accounting data, payroll management and human resource (HR) issues of staff members as well as relating with all third parties that the firm deals with and payment of statutory returns to the various institutions.
As a Client Relationship Manager, she manages all correspondences with corporate clients and statutory organisations. She is the contact person for international correspondences and has overall responsibility for office administration. Akorfa's major concern is to ensure that support provided to clients contributes significantly to addressing their needs.
Akorfa has a combined bachelor's degree in Economics and Information Studies, ACCA Level 2 and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Leicester.