What Are SMOs and Why Are They Important?

Accountancy Developments in Africa

Szymon Radziszewicz | Senior Technical Manager

May 03, 2012 | World Bank Fiduciary Forum | English

At the World Bank’s Accountancy Development for Results: On the Road to 2030 (part of the World Bank 2012 Fiduciary Forum), IFAC Senior Technical Manager, Szymon Radziszewicz, gave a presentation during the “Accountancy Developments in Africa” session. The presentation details the importance of the Statements of Membership Obligations (SMOs) as the foundation of the IFAC Compliance Program and how they assist and foster professional accountancy organizations around the world to support and encourage high-quality financial information and inclusive and sustainable economic growth.

 
 

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