Returns to company where she began her accounting career
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 27, 2016) — Flora Djojo has been named director of tax services at Dean Dorton Allen Ford, PLLC, a leading regional accounting, tax and advisory services firm. Djojo will be based out of the Lexington office.
Formerly the deputy chief financial officer of Alltech, Inc., Djojo has more than 15 years of experience as a leader in corporate tax compliance and business transaction experience in a wide range of industries, with particular focus on global growth strategies and development plans. Her experience includes advising corporations and private-equity firms in a broad range of industries on mergers and acquisitions, complex structuring and tax efficient funding transactions in domestic, international, and emerging markets. She also works in the international tax area on both inbound and outbound activities.
She began her public accounting career with Dean Dorton in 2001 specializing in tax planning and compliance experience. Her work primarily involved identifying issues, conducting in-depth tax research, and providing tax opinions and other forms of tax advice. She then became Alltech’s Manager of Global Tax and Audit in 2007, working her way up to deputy CFO.
“With Flora’s return to Dean Dorton we are significantly strengthening our capability to serve the fast-growing corporate and private-equity merger and acquisition (M&A) sectors,” said David Bundy, president and CEO of Dean Dorton. “As M&A activity continues to increase worldwide, Flora’s vast knowledge and experience on a regional and global level will help us deliver comprehensive expertise that enables clients to make smarter strategic decisions.”
She earned her master of science in accounting from the University of Kentucky and her bachelor of science in accounting, from Universitas Tarumanagara. She is a member of the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
“I look forward to working with Dean Dorton leadership to expand our international platform,” she said. “The firm has tremendous vision and continues to expand its depth and breadth of expertise, important for our clients and the region.”