Adiebah Moruck Partner
Corporate employment history
Adiebah joined Mazars Cape Town on 1 March 2010 as an Audit Trainee. During this time her clients included large groups in retail, manufacturing and property management, as well as a number of smaller owner-managed businesses.
Adiebah joined the Quality & Risk Management Department with a focus on audit technical support, as well as implementing internal risk management processes and controls. She has been involved in developing training material and facilitating courses nationally to all seven offices within South Africa, as well as various African countries.
In her role within the Quality & Risk Management Department, she has dealt extensively with regulatory compliance matters and has written publications for The Legal Times, The Business Day, Fin 24 and Accountancy SA. She attended an interview with Classic FM where she discussed her published article on the “Social and Ethics Committees”.
Adiebah has been part of a team performing operational due diligence procedures for international firms for integration into Mazars Group. She is also involved with various taskgroups at a Mazars Group level, reviewing and providing input for the Mazars Audit Manual.
She works closely with the audit departments nationally to provide technical support and monitor their compliance with the Companies Act, International Quality Control Standards and International Standards on Auditing. In addition, she consults with the audit teams for many of the listed clients with regards to Key Audit Matters disclosed in their audit reports, both locally, as well as within Africa.
She is responsible for ensuring that the quality of the audit software is maintained and for the development of audit tools to ensure compliance with International Standards on Auditing.
She holds a BCom degree from the University of Cape Town, majoring in Financial Accounting, has a Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting Sciences and Honours Bachelor of Accounting Science from UNISA.
- SAICA (South African Institute of Chartered Accountants)
- IRBA (Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors)