PracticeAuditDeloitte staffer becomes first Saudi woman to win licence

Deloitte staffer becomes first Saudi woman to win licence

Accountant hails breakthrough for women in the Middle East

A Deloitte auditor has marked a milestone for sexual equality in the Middle
East by becoming the first Saudi woman to gain a licence to practice as a
certified public accountant in the Kingdom.

Kholoud Adnan Mousa told news website
zawya.com:
“This is not only a great personal achievement for Kholoud and for her family
but also for women in Saudi Arabia.”

She added: “I am very pleased with the licence I received which should now
open the door for more Saudi woman to pursue career opportunities in the field
of accounting and auditing.”

Mousa works for Deloitte’s Saudi member Bakr Abulkhair & Co which has
offices in Riyadh, Jeddah and Khobar.

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