2016 ICAJ-IFAC Regional SMP Forum: Audit Quality and Building a Successful Practice

May 03, 2016 | Kingston, Jamaica | English

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ), with support from the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), will hold a regional SMP Forum on May 3 to bring practitioners from small- and medium-sized accountancy practices (SMPs) together for a day-long seminar to focus on audit quality and how practitioners can build a successful practice.

When/Where? The event will be held May 3, 2016, at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica.

What? An international and regional line-up of subject matter experts will steer the forum and share important insights on pertinent areas of audit quality and practice management.

The line-up of speakers includes:

  • Bruce Scott, President, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica
  • Paul Thompson, Director, IFAC Global Accountancy Profession Support
  • Monica Foerster, Deputy Chair, IFAC SMP Committee
  • George Willie, Member, IFAC SMP Committee

Who Should Attend? The forum is open to accounting practitioners, as well as other professionals, who work directly or indirectly with SMP/SME affairs. 

Why? The event will examine the structure of the ISA™ pronouncements and how they can be applied proportionately. Additionally, the forum will include a session on building a successful practice, including evolving to be future ready and building capacity to offer to advisory services. Both sessions will include an overview of relevant guidance, including the IFAC Guide to Practice Management.

See the ICAJ Forum page for more information as the event date approaches. 

 
 
 

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