Here are our speakers in the Economic and Professional Skills Training Symposium
ICPAR Economic and Professional Skills Training Symposium
Detailed Programme from 4 to 6 May, 2022
Patrick Gashagaza | ICPAR Vice President
The future of finance: Why finance leaders should embrace ongoing education.
Ismail Miley Rahman - Head of Emerging Markets for CIMA Africa
Group Photo and Health Break
How to Build an inclusive digital future with a focus on Data Privacy
Stella Makona Simiyu – Chief Operating Officer at Sentinel Africa Consulting Limited
From Covid-19 Shock to inclusive economic recovery: Lessons learned from Rwanda’s financial sector
Mr. John Rwirahira - Head of the Research and Information at Access to Finance Rwanda (AFR)
Nutrition, Health, and Wellness
Dr. Paul Kasenene - Medical doctor and a certified functional medicine practitioner
Welcome Cocktail and Barbeque
The road to post Covid-19 recovery through sustainability strategy and ESG Reporting.
Obaisa-Osula, Marilyn - Associate Director- ESG / Sustainability & SDGs, KPMG Nigeria
Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism – A Primer
Robert Busuulwa – Managing Partner, Mazars BRJ
IESBA Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants: new developments and emerging trends.”
CPA Felicien Muvunyi
- Beach volley
- Boat ride
- Jet Ski
Gala Dinner – Guest of Honour
Ms. Kampeta Pitchette Sayinzonga, CEO – BRD.
Sustainability & SDGs
ACA, Obaisa-Osula, Marilyn - Associate Director- ESG /Sustainability & SDGs, KPMG Nigeria
Leadership and Governance: Building a business case for board effectiveness and valuable corporate governance – Rwanda and Regional experience.
- Dr. Jack Kayonga
- FCCA Japhet Kato
- CPA Mkombozi Karake Bosco
Rwanda’s economic outlook
Dr. Thierry Kalisa - Chief Economist, at the National Bank of Rwanda
Ms. Flavia Tumusiime – Media Personality-Radio and television host.
Women empowerment in the professional field
CA, Kantha Naicker – SAIPA Chairperson of the Board
Vote of thanks and Closure
ICPAR CEO Amin Miramago
Economic and Professional Skills Training Symposium location info and gallery
Lake Kivu Serena Hotel, Rwanda
Lake Kivu Serena Hotel overlooks a private beach near the beautiful town of Gisenyi, Rwanda, 160 kilometres from Kigali (a 20-minute flight from Kigali International Airport) and minutes from the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo and the city of Goma.
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ECONOMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TRAINING SYMPOSIUM PRESENTATIONS
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