PhD from Paris Dauphine | Specialist in Management, Financial Management & Business Analysis
Maazou Elhadji Issa has 15 years of experience in consulting, audit and management control, acquired in Africa, France, and Canada.
Before joining Fiduxis in 2011, as Audit and Consulting Manager, he held the position of Management Control Manager at ONA Holding Group, the leading industrial and financial group in Morocco, after a first experience in audit and consulting at Russell Bedford and TAIB AISS in the same country. He also worked as an IFRS expert with the Chair and the company Ivanhoe Cambridge in Canada.
As Director, he is responsible for the Management Consulting, Advice to the administrative and financial departments and Services for SMEs. In this context, he performed several missions of structuring and organisational engineering, implementation of procedures and internal control mechanisms for large accounts and for Guinean SMEs.
Maazou holds a Doctorate in Management Sciences & an MBA from the University Paris Dauphine.
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