Tashriq Allie

Title: Senior Manager, IPSASB

Tashriq Allie is a senior manager responsible for standards development and technical projects at the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB). In his position, Mr. Allie provides technical support to the IPSASB’s projects and initiatives and works closely with Task Forces and IPSASB members to execute the IPSASB’s work program. He is currently assisting on the IPSASB’s Measurement Project.

Prior to joining the IPSASB in January 2022, Mr. Allie was an IFRS Technical Manager in the Financial Services division at BDO South Africa, with significant experience in dealing with complex accounting matters, the implementation of new accounting standards and amendments, and providing insights to global working groups on complex financial instrument accounting considerations.

During his five years of working with EY South Africa, PwC Middle East, and BDO South Africa, Mr. Allie gained experience in public and private sectors across various industries, including Aviation, Banking and Securities, Engineering, FinTech, Hospitality and Services, Insurance, Investment Management, Media, Real Estate, Shipping and Ports, and Technology.

Mr. Allie is a qualified Chartered Accountant in South Africa and holds a Bachelor of Business Science degree specializing in Finance and Accounting from the University of Cape Town (South Africa), along with a Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting from the University of Cape Town (South Africa).


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