Trust and Sustainability in a Digital Economy

Malaysian Institute of Accountants International Accountants Conference 2019

Oct 22, 2019 | at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | English

Phenomenal disruptions and challenges surround us as we forge ahead into the uncharted territory of the digital economy. Yet as accountancy professionals sworn to uphold the public interest, we must hold steadfast to our intrinsic values of uncompromising integrity and accountability, regardless of the situation. Despite taking on multiple new roles as influencers, decision makers, and business advisors, we have a fundamental duty as financial stewards to innovate, reform and comply with standards and processes for the sake of good governance and sustainability.

With the advent of digital, we have an added responsibility to assess and integrate technology as an enabler for ethical business that benefits profit, people and planet.

Join the global profession at the MIA International Accountants Conference 2019 and explore how to resolve the trust deficit that afflicts the profession by embracing technology, good governance and sustainability in private and public sectors, and establishing ourselves irrevocably as stewards of the public interest and long-term sustainability.

The MIA Conference features top notch local, regional and global speakers. In 2018, the conference drew more than 3,000 delegates from commerce and industry, public sector, public practice and academia.

For more information and to register, visit the MIA Conference website.


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