HALF DAY CPD EVENT PRESENTING NEW REQUIREMENTS IN THE IFAC CODE OF ETHICS AND HOW THESE AFFECT ALL PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS: 27TH JULY 2017 AREBBUSCH TRAVEL LODGE 07H30 FOR 08H00 – 13H00
Why are ethics important to accountants:
What are business ethics
What are values
Right, wrong and dilemmas
Solving ethical dilemmas (using real world case studies)
The Code, fundamental principles, threats safeguards.
NEW SECTION 225: responding to non-compliance with Laws and Regulations = NOCLAR
What is non-compliance
Responsibility for non-compliance
How should a professional accountant react to a NOCLAR?
What are the obligations for Professional Accountants in Business
What are the implications for Professional Accountants in public practice
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND!
If you are professional accountant in business, as an employer, as an employee, as a director, if you are a professional accountant in public practice, whether as a general financial advisor or consultant, as a tax advisor, as an auditor or providing any services to the public then you need to be fully informed about the new sections (250 & 360) of the Code of Ethics and how they impact on you in any of the above roles.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Lynette Badenhorst - CA(SA)
Following her qualification as a chartered accountant Lynette wasted no time in establishing her own accounting practice, which she ran successfully for ten years. During this time, she served as financial director of an industrial supply company called Sibuyile Industrial Supplies.
She has completed two Master’s degrees in domestic and international tax respectively, as well as an advanced certificate in tax, and a certificate in forensic and investigative auditing.
After hours, she lectured in a part-time capacity at various tertiary institutions on corporative reporting, taxation, financial accounting and auditing.
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NIPA Members N$ 1 518.00
Non Members N$ 2 817.50
FOR MORE INFOMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Namibia
Tel (061) 220218
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CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATIONS: 24 July 2017