NGO Seminar
10 May · Hotel Africana · Unlisted
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SEMINAR OBJECTIVE

Good Governance and prudent financial management, reporting and compliance are fundamental pillars for a sustainable Non-Governmental Organization. The seminar will provide a peer-driven educational and learning platform centered on key themes addressing the current and future challenges and opportunities in managing NGOs. Participants will be equipped with current thinking and trends in financial management, accounting, technology and leadership aimed at steering their organizations to greater scale.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 

Members charged with Governance, Compliance and Supervisory duties; Practising Accountants; Accountants employed in Public, Business and Industry Sectors; Accountancy Trainers; Consultants, Business Executives, Other Professionals; and all individuals involved in making decisions from middle to top management levels.


SEMINAR FEES (MEALS & REFRESHMENTS INCLUSIVE)

Members & students of ICPAU - Shs 140,000

- Non-members - Shs 160,000

NB: Kindly note that payments can only be made by: Cheque/Direct Credit/ Transfer or by mobile money using a member/student ID number.


ACCOUNT DETAILS

Account Name: Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda

Account Number: 3100009548

Bank: Centenary Rural Development Bank Limited

Branch: Lugogo, Kampala, Plot 3A2 – 3A3, Kampala

Swift Code: 163047

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10th May - 05:00 AM
Hotel Africana
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ORGANISER
Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda, ICPAU is a member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA) as well as being a founder member of the Pan African Federation of Accountants (PAFA).


As part of the East African Community (EAC) Common Market Protocol, ICPAU signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) with the other East African Community Institutes of Accountants (EACIAs). These are L’Ordre des Professionnels Comptables (OPC), Burundi; Institute of Certified public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK); the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Rwanda (ICPAR); and National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA), Tanzania.


ICPAU has over 3,000 registered members and over 8,000 active students going through the Institute’s examinations scheme at various levels of completion.


As a member of IFAC, ICPAU attests to the seven (7) Statements of Membership Obligations (SMOs) which set the fundamentals of accountancy profession around the world. These are about;

 

SMO 1 – Quality Assurance

SMO 2 – International Education Standards for Professional Accountants

SMO 3 – International Standards on Auditing

SMO 4 – Code of ethics

SMO 5 – International Public Sector Standards

SMO 6 – Investigation and Discipline

SMO 7 – International Financial Reporting Standards

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