Yaoundé - 16 November 2019 -

Cameroon: The telecom regulator plans to audit operators’ turnover

Cameroon: The telecom regulator plans to audit operators’ turnover
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(Business in Cameroon) - Philemon Zo'o Zame (photo), managing director of Cameroon’s telecommunications regulator, just issued a call for expression of interest to recruit a firm for the audit of the revenues of mobile operators operating in the country (MTN Cameroon, Orange Cameroon, and Viettel Cameroon namely).  

Participation is open to national firms with proven financial, accounting, auditing, economic or engineering competences in the electronic communications sector.

The aim of this audit (covering the 2015-2018 period), which should not last more than three months, is to ensure the authenticity of the financial data transmitted to the regulator.  

The regulator stresses that each of the individual experts suggested by firms should not have been an auditor, telecommunications or information system expert for one of the operators to be audited, their subsidiaries or affiliated companies under another firm in the past three years in the country.

Seven copies of each bid, written in French or English, must be sent to the regulator’s procurement unit in Yaoundé, by December 9, 2019.

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