Congress Program

PAFA MEETINGS

DAY 1: THURSDAY, 27 APRIL 2017 
9.00am-5:00pm1TECHNICAL & STANDARD SETTERS’ FORUM
DAY 2: FRIDAY, 28 APRIL 2017
9.00am-5:00pm2CEOs’ FORUM
DAY 3: MONDAY, 1 MAY 2017
3PAFA BOARD MEETING
9.00am-1:00pm4SMO WORKSHOP
DAY 4: TUESDAY, 2 MAY 2017
9.00-12.30pm5PAFA GENERAL ASSEMBLY
3.00-5.30pm62017 ACOA OPENING CEREMONY

ACCOUNTANCY & ACCOUNTABILITY: TRANSFORMING AFRICA’S ECONOMIES

DAY 1

MONDAY, 1 MAY 2017

 

11.00am-5.00pm

 

REGISTRATION

DAY 2

TUESDAY, 2 MAY 2017

 

9.00am-6.00pm

 

REGISTRATION

3.00–5.30 pm

 

Opening Ceremony

1.       

Welcome Remarks

      President, ICPAU

      President, PAFA

      President, IFAC

2.       

Speech

      Platinum Sponsor

3.       

Keynote Address: Accountancy and Accounting: Transforming Africa’s Economies

      TBA

4.       

Speech & Opening of ACOA 2017

      Chief Guest

6.00–8.00pm

5.       

OPENING COCKTAIL

      HOSTED BY PAFA

DAY 3

WEDNESDAY, 3 MAY 2017

 

9.00-10.30am

6.       

Session 1 – Plenary: The Value Chain of Accountancy in Growing Africa’s Economies

      Accountancy in public and private sectors

      Capacity building of PAOs

      Opportunities for the profession

      Capacity building of the profession

      Mr. Fayez Choudhury, Chief Executive Officer, International Federation of Accountants

      Mr. Vickson Ncube, Chief Executive Officer, Pan African Federation of Accountants

10.30-11.00am

7.       

HEALTH BREAK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.00am-12.45pm

8.       

Session 2 – Concurrent (2.1-2.4):

      Practical Challenges in the Implementation of IFRS & IFRS for SMEs

      Mr. Darrel Scott, Board Member
International Accounting Standards Board, (South Africa)

      CPA Frederick Kibbedi, Partner, PKF Uganda (Uganda)

      Pastor Patrick Obilo Orji, Managing Consultant, Turning Point Consulting Limited (Nigeria)

      Practical Challenges in the Implementation of IPSASs

      Prof Isayah  Jairo, Chairman, National Board of Accountants and Auditors, (Tanzania)

      Dr. Omodele R N Jones, Chair, Council for Standards of Accounting, Auditing, Corporate & Institutional Governance (CSAAG) (Sierra Leone)

      Ms. Lindy Bodewig,  IPSASB Technical Advisor,   International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (South Africa)

      Practical Challenges in the Implementation of ISAs

      Mr. Imran Vanker, Member, International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (South Africa)

      Mr. Djué Tiémélé Yao, Chairman, Ordre des Experts-Comptables Agréés et des Comptables Agréés de Côte d’Ivoire – OECCA (Cote D’Ivoire)

      Ms. Michèle Cartier Le Guérinel, Member, Professional Accountancy Organization (PAO) Development Committee (France)

      Implementing the IESBA Code of Ethics

      Ms. Chishala Kateka, Member, International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (Zambia)

      CPA Ashif Kassam, Executive Chairman, RSM Eastern Africa (Kenya)

      Mr. Wassim Khrouf, Member, IFAC Small and Medium Committee (Tunisia)

12.45-1.45pm

9.       

LUNCH

 

 

 

 

 

2:00-3.30pm

10.     

Session 3 – Concurrent (1-4)

 

      Enhancing Professional Accountancy Education

      Mr. Mamour Fall, Past President of ONECCA (Senegal)

      CPA Pius Maneno, Executive Director, NBAA (Tanzania)

      Mr. Isaac Njuguna, Deputy Director, KASNEB and Member IAESB

      Risk Management: Aligning Risk with Strategy and Performance

      Mr. Charles Tilley, Chair, IFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee (United Kingdom)

      Mr. Daniel Monehin, Member of the IFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee (Nigeria)

      Mr. Shahied Daniels, Chief Executive Officer, SAIPA (South Africa)

      Reforming Public Financial Management in Africa

      CPA Lawrence Semakula, Accountant General of Uganda (Uganda)

      Ms. Alta Pinsloo, Executive Director, Strategy, and Chief Operating Officer, IFAC (South Africa)

      CPA Bosco Mkombozi Karake, President, ICPAR (Rwanda)

      SMP Forum – I

      Ms. Monica Foerster, Deputy Chair, IFAC SMP Committee (Brazil)

      CPA Dr. Haj. Twaha Kaawaase, Member, IFAC SMP Committee (Uganda)

      CPA Abdulwahid Aboo, Member, IFAC SMP Committee (Kenya)

      Ms. Katharine Bagshaw, Member, IFAC SMP Committee (United Kingdom)

3.30-4.00pm

11.     

HEALTH BREAK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.00-5.30pm

12.     

Session 4: Concurrent (1-4)

      Developments in Islamic Finance and Banking – Mauritius, Tunisia

      Mr. Datuk Zaiton Mohd Hassan, MemberIFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee (Malaysia)

      Prof. Mahmoud Sami Nabi, Professor of Economics, Tunisia Polytechnic School (Tunisia)

      Auditing the Government– Uganda, Rwanda

      Mr. Jan van Schalkwyk, Executive, Auditor-General’s Office & Chair INTOSAI Task Group on Auditor Certification (South Africa)

      Mr. Terence Nombembe, Member, IFAC Board & Chief Executive Officer, SAICA (South Africa)

      The Effective Finance Function – Rwanda, Malawi

      Mr. Sanjay Rughani, MemberIFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee (Kenya)

      Mr. Matthews Kunaka, MemberIFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee and Chief Executive Office of the ICAZ

      Mr. Mohammed Hoosen Abdool-Samad, Group Finance Director, Illovo Sugar Ltd

      SMP Forum – II

      Ms. Monica Foerster, Deputy Chair, IFAC SMP Committee (Brazil)

      Mr. Nnamdi Okwuadigbo, Member, IFAC SMP Committee (Nigeria)

      Mr. Manoj Fadnis, Member, IFAC SMP Committee (India)

      Ms. Mats Olsson, Member, IFAC SMP Committee (Sweden)

7.00-10.00pm

 

DINNER

SPONSORED

DAY 4

THURSDAY, 4 MAY 2017

9.00-10.30am

 

Session 5 – Plenary: Sustainable Business: Transforming Africa’s Economies

      Integrated Reporting

      Perspectives from African companies

      Mr. Tony Onyemaechi Elumelu, Chairman of Heirs Holdings and the United Bank for Africa (Nigeria)

10.30-11.00am

 

HEALTH BREAK

 

11.00am-12.45pm

16.     

Session 6 – Plenary: Growing and Maintaining Strong PAOs in Africa

 

      Why PAOs are important to the profession and the economy;

      What makes a strong PAO/CB Framework;

      How IFAC supports PAO development;

      Ensuring profession embraces PAIBs; and

      The role of PAOs in advocacy and public policy (speakers sharing own PAO stories).

      CPA Caroline Kigen, Chair, Professional Accountancy Organization Development Committee, IFAC (Kenya)

      Ms. Priya Iyer, Member, IFAC Professional Accountancy Organization (PAO) Development Committee and Pro Vice Chancellor, Botho University (Botswana)

      Dr. Patrick Ngumi, Chief Executive, ICPAK (Kenya)

12.45-1.45pm

17.     

LUNCH

 

2:00-5:00pm

18.     

·        Tour of Kampala

·        Boat Cruise

·        Sports activities

7.30-10.30pm

19.     

DINNER

SPONSORED

DAY 5

FRIDAY, 5 MAY 2017

9.00–10.30am

 

Session 7 – Plenary: Empowering Women for Sustainable Growth of African Economies

      The business case for empowering women;

      Practical strategies and solutions (both general and specific to the speakers’ own experience); and

      Mentoring and sponsorship programs

      Ms. Keto Kayemba, Member,  IFAC PAODC Committee & Assistant Auditor General (Uganda)

10.30-11.00am

21.     

HEALTH BREAK

11.00-12.30pm

22.     

Session 8 – Plenary: Political Accountability & Professionalism

      Mr. Ndung’u Gathinji, Chairman of Drummond Investment Bank Limited, Kenya

12.30-1.00pm

23.     

Session 9 – Plenary: Closing Ceremony

      ICPAU, PAFA, IFAC, World Bank

1.-2.00pm

24.     

LUNCH

 

2:00-6:30pm

25.     

FREE AFTERNOON / EVENING

7.00-10.30pm

26.     

GALA DINNER

Hosted by ICPAU

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