The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) issues this Call for Nominations to Council Elections, setting out the upcoming vacancies in the Council in the year 2017. Read more… Candidates interested in contesting any of the above positions are invited to submit their nominations on the official Nomination Form and Personal Information Sheet (PIS) which […]
The Pan African Federation of Accountants (PAFA) has signed an MOU with the Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA). Through the MOU, PAFA and OHADA have agreed to cooperate in matters relating to good economic governance, accountability, transparency and good financial management through the development, promotion and harmonisation of the accountancy […]
DATE: 19th DECEMBER 2016 TO: MEMBERS FROM: CHIEF EXECUTIVE SUBJECT: NOMINATIONS FOR THE BOARD AND IFAC COMMITTEES IN 2018 The Nominating Committee of IFAC issued the Call for Nominations for Boards and Committees in 2018 on 22nd November 2016 and Independent standard setting boards in 2017 on 1st November 2016. For year 2018, […]
Dear Members, Attached find the Fellowship and Commendation Policy and Guidelines, which captures the amendments that were proposed during the 335th Council meeting.
Recently the Institute has carried out a study that provides a trends analysis of revenue growth as well as tax revenue yield over the past five years (2010-2015) in a bid to inform budget planning and monitoring processes in Kenya. Arising from this study, the Institute would like to make the following recommendations: More information […]
1.0 ICPAK Internship Programme The Institute is rolling out an internship programme for its members to equip them with skills and competencies in relevant areas of the Accountancy profession. The programme aims at cultivating adaptability and creativity in accountancy in light of the dynamic professional operating environment. The Internship programme will employ a participant (intern-supervisor) […]
There has been hue and cry over a leaked Internal Audit Report from the Ministry of Health indicating that Kshs. 5.2 billion may have been lost through payments to suppliers in the Financial Year 2015/16. More information on the attachment below.