As part of its continuing efforts to update and maintain the technical knowledge of members, preserve the standards and maintain public confidence in the profession, the Institute of Chartered
2013 Continuing Professional Development Programme
The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana), as part of effort to assist its Students prepare adequately for examinations is organising intervention for its Students of May 2013 examinations. The details are as follows:
Notice to Part Four (4) Students
EXPIRATION OF TRANSITIONAL PROVISION
The Institute of Chartered Accountants – Ghana (ICAG) would like Part 4 students to take note that the transitional provision given to Part 4 candidates to write Financial Management together with other Part 4 papers has expired.
This means effective this May 2013, all students must pass Financial Management before proceeding to write the Part 4 papers.
For further explanations, please contact the Chief Executive on:
054 433 6701/2; 027 780 1422 /3/4
Appointments of Examiners
The Institute of Chartered Accountants – Ghana invites applications from interested and qualified persons to be appointed as Examiners to mark scripts for its examinations.
The Institute organizes
(a) The Accounting Technicians Scheme West Africa (ATSWA) examinations in March and September.
(b) The Professional Accountants qualifying examinations in May and November.
MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE FROM ICAG
LATE PRESIDENT J.E.A. MILLS
We are filled with deep sorrow and grief at the news of the sudden passing away of President John Evans Atta Mills on Tuesday, 24th July 2012, at the 37th Military Hospital, Accra.
During his lifetime as President of the Republic of Ghana, President J.E.A. Mills epitomized diligence, astuteness, humility and a sense of duty and responsibility. He was very mindful of the well-being of the Ghanaian populace and the state of the economy.
President Mills at one time served as an examiner of ICAG and it is on record that he executed that task with firmness and alacrity.
His death has created a huge vacuum which only time can heal and fill.
Our hearts go out to his dear wife, former First Lady, Mrs. Ernestina Naadu Mills, his son, Fiifi Atta Mills and the entire family. We pray for God’s comfort during this period of grief.
We would like to congratulate the newly sworn-in President, His Excellency, John Dramani Mahama on his elevation to the high office of President of the Republic of Ghana.
It is our fervent hope and prayer that His Excellency and the people of Ghana will be consoled as we mourn our departed President.
May the soul of our dear departed President J.E.A. Mills rest in perfect peace.
MRS. ANGELA PEASAH
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