Mohamed Kabelma

Title: IFAC Board Technical Advisor for Asmaa Resmouki

Country: Morocco

Mohamed Kabelma is the Head of Regulatory and Accounting Standardization within the Regulatory, Research, Regulation and International Cooperation Department of the General Treasury of the Kingdom of Morocco. He has worked in the General Treasury of Morocco on several missions including participation in the task force in charge of the preparation of Chart of Accounts for Moroccan government accounting system. He also works with the local authorities’ accounting system.

As head of the functional team responsible for the preparation of the accounting reform until 2014, he participated in the development of the new accounting system and its implementation. He has also taught several courses in the new accounting system at the training center of the General Treasury of Morocco and participated in the drafting of accounting instructions.

Mr. Kabelma is a member of multiple specialized technical commissions from the National Accounting Council responsible of the preparation of sectoral accounting plans since 2007. He has also represented the General Treasury of Morocco at International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board and International Standards on Accounting and Reporting meetings as well as OECD events.

Mr. Kabelma has a graduate diploma in Economic Sciences.


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