Temitope Onitiri joined KPMG in 2003. In 2004, she took a leave of absence to help establish a family business. She re-joined KPMG in 2005 and was admitted into the KPMG partnership on October 1, 2017. Over the last 18 years, she has been responsible for serving clients in the Consumer Market (CM) unit of the Audit Division.
She is a key expert in providing statutory audit, special purpose/project audit, aids/grants audit, IFRS advisory services (including conversion, implementation support and capacity building/training), processes and procedures documentation, accounting assistance services and due diligence reviews to clients in a variety of industries including Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), consumer/industrial markets, manufacturing, health, government, Aids/development, telecommunications, technology, media, infrastructure, real estate and property development sectors.
A ‘yellow book’ certified auditor with vast experience working with aid and development organisations, Temitope has leveraged on her in-depth knowledge and experience to serve national and multinational organizations.
In her role as a partner she is responsible for signing audit reports, executing management decisions, dealing with external regulators, people development and business performance.
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