Experience the BDO Difference

In an ever-evolving economic environment, your business needs a global network that provides exceptional, tailored service combined with local knowledge and expertise. You need BDO.

BDO in South Africa is the South African member firm of the BDO International network. A world-wide network of public accounting firms, called BDO Member Firms, serving international clients. BDO's global network extends across 152 countries, with over 59,000 people working out of more than 1,300 offices. That means local resources backed by a truly global network - no matter where you do business. This is just one part of BDO's commitment to delivering exceptional client service.

BDO is unlike other accounting organisations. We are different because, we have a natural affinity for client rapport, are committed to the sustainable development of our clients' businesses and we continue to challenge the market model to provide a distinctively different option for you.

We aim to be the Leader in Exceptional Client Service in our industry because giving you the results you require is first and foremost in our minds. As a leading mid-size professional services firm, we are capable of competing with the larger firms but are still small enough to care. We are agile, innovative and dynamic, thereby allowing us to adapt to your particular needs.


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BDO Wins Network of the Year

BDO was announced as the winner of the prestigious Network of the Year award at the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) Awards 2015. The annual IAB Awards celebrate excellence in the accounting profession and bring together some of the most prominent people in the industry. BDO was up against strong competition, including PWC and KPMG, shortlisted in the same category. Read more

BDO Wins IAB Network of the Year 2015

Ethics Monitoring

BDO has partnered with Ethics Monitoring & Management Services to offer a web-based survey, the Ethics Monitor, which measures an organisation's ethical status based on the experiences and perceptions of its stakeholders, including all employees.
The survey is based on a model comprising two key ethical concepts: behaviour and ethical boundaries.
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