Accounting in Extraordinary Times: the Future of Finance â Creating a Vision
Start:May 23, 2018 7:00 pm
End:May 23, 2018 9:00 pm
Location:SAA-GE Campus @ 111 Somerset Road, #06-01/02, TripleOne Somerset, Singapore 238164
The Accounting profession tends to evolve with the changingÂ economic landscape.Â Change is now the norm in many organisations, and particularly for the finance function.Â
However, because organisations do not discuss the issues with one another, there is currently no composite picture or vision of the finance function of the future.
This is a vision that the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants aim to create through The Accounting in Extraordinary Times: the Future of Finance â Creating a Vision research project.Â
Using interviews, roundtables and surveys, this comprehensive global research projectÂ is to identify the future direction and form of the finance function. ItÂ is designed to bring together different organisational views, both to create insight into the process of change and to synthesise a composite picture of the finance function of the future.
Join UsÂ forÂ this exclusive talk by Dr. Ian Selby â Vice President â Research and Development â Management Accounting, The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants
What you gain by attending?
- LearnÂ aboutÂ the future of finance functionÂ
- Get insightsÂ onÂ how the future of finance can have an impact on you
- Explore what you can do toÂ future-proofÂ your career
- Network with other leaders
Who should attend?
- Accountants, Managers, Senior Managers and Directors & aspiring CFOs
CPE hourÂ is available upon request.
Dr. Ian Selby – Vice President â Research and Development â Management Accounting, The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants
Ian has worked for CIMA over the 4 years taking responsibility for our global research and development department. Leading a large research team based in London he has been responsible for expanding the research activities of CIMA to support the development of the CGMA research profile, the CGMA Competency Framework, and CIMAâs global academic programme. On average the team in London produce between 5 -10 major research reports addressing a range of issue and topics which have included the future of finance, management accounting best practice and practice areas, business models, risk and governance and ethics.
With the evolution of the joint venture with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in 2017, Ian has expanded his role supporting the global academic accountancy community by leading the development of three research centres of excellence in Southern Africa, South East Asia, and Australasia.