International audit and business advisory firm, KPMG, has denied reports by some media outlets that its former Senior Country Partner, Nii Amanor Dodoo, who was appointed by the central bank as receiver for some five collapsed banks has been fired from his job.
A statement issued by KPMG firm said report which first appeared on a private newspaper christened The Herald made statements which are not factual regarding Nii Amanor Dodoo’s work as the receiver for Beige Bank, Unibank, Construction Bank, Sovereign Bank and The Royal Bank.
Mr. Amanor Dodoo retired from the company he had served for 40 years was recently honoured by the firm while Anthony Sarpong was appointed as the new Senior Country Partner.
The paper had also reported that the receiver’s contract with KPMG was terminated after some adverse findings were made regarding the receivership process.
But the firm refuted the claims saying: “In his capacity as the Receiver of the defunct banks, the firm is providing a team of professionals to support Nii Amanor Dodoo. The engagement has been performed to meet standards expected of the Receiver by law and in line with KPMG’s professional standards,”