COFIMA (Fiduciary Management and Audit Company)
COFIMA (Fiduciary Management and Audit Company) is a firm of accounting expertise resulting from the merger between the firm ECEC (Expertise Accounting Studies and Consulting) created in 1991 and the firm Alliance System created in 1988, registered with the Order of Certified Public Accountants and Accountants (OECCA-BENIN) under number 008-SE. COFIMA ensures the essential of the missions generally devolved to the profession:
audit and critical review of projects funded by International Organizations;
contractual and legal audit of private, parastatal and public enterprises;
accounting and expertise work;
legal, tax and information consultancy;
study, editing, evaluation and management of complex projects in the public sector;
design and implementation of training programs in agreement with those concerned.
Aware of the rigors imposed on decision-makers by the business community, COFIMA carries out with its honest and multidisciplinary employees its various missions at the national, sub-regional and international levels.
The skills of COFIMA
COFIMA adopts more and more advanced working methods taking into account the evolution of modern management techniques and accounting, auditing and professional standards
The team of COFIMA
COFIMA has a team of accountants, experienced auditors and specialists in training, organization, financial management and project development. It uses a staff of ten people composed of eight professionals and two administrative secretaries.
In addition to these professionals, COFIMA also gives practical training to a dozen young graduates from their management schools.
Field of intervention of COFIMA
Their work extends to any kind of organization whatever the form or the size in particular:
donors for the preparation, assembly, management and monitoring of the projects they initiate;
large, medium and small industrial, commercial or service companies;
ordinary financial institutions (banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, savings and credit cooperatives, etc.);
projects supported by international donors;
centralized or decentralized public bodies (Ministries, Public Treasuries, Autonomous Caisses, Offices, Economic Control, Public Institutions, Communes, Regions, etc.);
civil engineering companies;