Persidangan Gabungan Akauntan-Akauntan Asia dan Pasifik KE-14
CAPA was founded in 1957 and stands for the Confederation of Asia & Pacific Accountants. Its mission is ´The development and enhancement of the accountancy profession in the Asian nd Pacific regions´. An organisation within the global umbrella of the International Federation Of Accountants (IFAC), CAPA is the world´s largest regional accountancy organisation currently, having a membership of 31 national accountancy organisations from 21 countries. They are Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Fiji, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, The Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, USA and Western Samoa. These 31 national accountancy organisations have a total membership in excess of 690,000 professionals.
The CAPA conference is held three times in every ten years. The 14th. CAPA conference or CAPA ´96 Malaysia will be held in Kuala Lumpur, from October 7 to 9, 1996 with the theme “The Asian Renaissance: Power House of the New Millennium”. The conference programme will consist of a keynote address, 5 plenary sessions and 9 concurrent workshop sessions.
Malaysia was one of the founder members of CAPA and the Secretariat is permanently located at Kuala Lumpur since 1993. In the same year, Malaysia won the bid to host the 14th CAPA Conference. Through its involvement in CAPA, the Malaysiam accountancy profession has been greatly enhanced internationally. Malaysia´s world class accounting standards, as acknowledged by its peers in developed nations, have most
certainly provided assurances and comfort to global investors and corporations.
Date of Issue: 07.10.1996
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