Deloitte Ghana has appointed Gloria Boye-Doku as its new Partner of Tax and Regulatory Services, effective 1 June 2020.
A press statement issued by the firm said, “As partner responsible for GES, Regulatory & Immigration Services in Ghana, Gloria will continue to support the Lead Tax Partner in Ghana in executing our strategic vision of building our desired preeminent Tax & Regulatory business in the region and our journey toward undisputed leadership in Professional Services across West Africa.”
Gloria joined Deloitte Ghana in 2008 as a Tax Associate and has been a critical pillar in the growth of our Tax & Regulatory business. In particular, she led the development and growth of the Global Employer Services (GES), Immigration and Regulatory Services in Ghana and has developed strong business relationships with our key clients.
She has a broad range of experience covering Business Tax, International Tax, and GES (Global Mobility, Expatriate and Payroll Services). She was seconded to the Deloitte London Office, United Kingdom in 2016 and is currently a member of the Deloitte Global GES of the Future Leadership network. She is the Business Unit Risk Leader for Tax & Regulatory Services in Ghana and has played essential roles in protecting our brand from risk, independence, regulatory and legal threats.
Gloria is a Chartered Accountant, and holds a Master’s degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA). She is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG). Gloria is a member of the Communication and Publication Committee of Ghana’s Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Commenting on the new appointment, Daniel Kwadwo Owusu, Country Managing Partner of Deloitte Ghana, said: “I am delighted to congratulate Gloria on this important milestone in her career. Gloria is an outstanding professional who has served clients with integrity and excellence and underscores our absolute commitment to making an impact that matters for our clients in Ghana. Her appointment is a positive indication of Deloitte Ghana’s growth, as well as our desire to continue to create advancement opportunities for our people.”
Reflecting on her appointment, Gloria said, “My new role represents both an exciting new challenge and responsibility to our people, clients and society. I am thrilled to be connected with colleagues across the global network to harness our unique strengths in shaping the future of our firm. I will leverage my elevated role as a Partner to cultivate the next generation of leaders and together make an impact that matters.”