All graduands and those to be admitted into membership for the forth-coming Graduation and Admission Ceremony are to take note of the following:
The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana)
Council Elections 2016-2018
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GUIDELINES ON THE FILING OF NOMINATION FORM
1. Education/ Qualification
This refers to the highest academic or professional qualifications of the nominee / candidate. E.g. Chartered Accountant, MBA, PhD, etc.
2. Work Experience
Here, nominees are expected to state the places they have worked and briefly describe their positions/schedule.
E.g. 1992 – 1995: Chief Finance Officer – XYZ Ltd
1996 – 2000: Chief Executive of ABC Limited
SEC, ICAG Collaborate to Strengthen Capacity of State-Owned Enterprises
The Government of Ghana, through the State Enterprises Commission (SEC), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG).
Dr Camynta Baezie, Executive Chairman, SEC and Prof. Kwame Boasiako Omane-Antwi, President, ICAG, signed for their respective institutions. The objective of the MoU is to create a formal basis for co-operation and collaboration in strengthening the capacity of State-Owned Enterprises (SoEs). Under the MoU, ICAG will review and advise Government on the state of implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in State-Owned Enterprises (SoEs).
The MoU will allow SEC to set up an IFRS Assessment Framework to review compliance by SoEs, conduct IFRS training to enhance capacity and, more importantly, pass on the requisite knowledge to ensure compliance, with respect to the preparation of their financial statements and follow up on SoEs which do not comply fully to ensure that IFRS compliance is upheld in their preparation of financial statements.