THE 33rd ANNUAL SEMINAR
Date: 23rd -26th May 2017
Venue to be Confirmed, Mombasa
Theme: Professionals as vanguards of public good; introspection from the accountancy profession
About the Seminar
The hallmarks of a profession lie in restricted entry, specialization, expected code of behavior continual learning and safeguarding public interest. Members of a profession such as accountancy work in most sectors of the economy and society providing a critical service that aggregates and communicates the results of enterprises and organizations both public and private. As such, professionals occupy a revered position and the public relies on their advice and reports firm in faith that objectivity is their cornerstone value. Key concern however is whether the Accountancy value chain has remained steadfast and true to professional ethos and practices both nationally and globally.
It is therefore apt that accountants and business leaders congregate and by way plenary presentations, expert perspectives and panel discussions reflect on their role and develop better approaches in amplifying their role in society for the greater good.
The following topics and presentations have been lined up for the 33rd Annual Seminar
Economic Stewardship, the Score Card and the Role of Professionals
- Seizing Opportunities and Confronting Challenges in Accountancy; Lessons and Experiences from the Indian Institute of Accountants (ICAI)
- The Shifting Playground for Modern Day Accountants
- Accountability, Transparency and the Rule of Law as Drivers for Inclusive Growth & Development.
- Boardroom Dynamics; the role of Board CPAs
- Recent Changes and Developments in the Accountancy Profession Globally and impact on Kenya
- Unlocking the SMEs potential; experiences and lessons of SMPs in Kenya
- Leadership/ Motivation
Annual Seminar Charges
The charges for the upcoming 33rd Annual seminar are as provided below:
|Category||Early Bird Registration
|Booking & Payment received by ICPAK on or before 9th May 2017||Booking & Payment or LSO/LPO received by ICPAK after 9th May 2016|
|International Delegates||750 USD||850 USD|
Delegates may pay in three consecutive monthly installments of 50%, 30% and 20% in advance using the applicable fees. Applicable fees are dependent on when the first installment is received and full seminar fees must have been paid by end of the booking period, in this case 9th May 2017.
Details on partner hotels for accommodation will be shared in due course
A gala dinner has been organized on the 26th May 2017 as from 7.00 pm; this is a premier outdoor networking forum for participants. This year the gala is themed “Afro-fusion” will celebrate the diversity of participants through song, dress and dance.
National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) Reimbursement
The Institute is registered as a trainer with National Industrial Training Authority. The Institute’s registration number is DIT/TRN/47. Participants who are registered levy contributors should apply to NITA for reimbursement of their fees. Please note that this is applicable for Kenyan citizens only and subject to NITA regulations. Remember that to qualify you should apply to NITA for approval prior to the date of the conference. Further details can be obtained from their website (www.nita.go.ke).
The Annual Seminar presents a good opportunity for organizations to market and/or sell their products and services to a target group with high purchasing powers, both on personal and corporate levels. Sponsorship opportunities range from item sponsorship, exhibitions, advertising and sub-event sponsorship within the major event. For more information or inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org