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PwC continues its support of Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean Conference
By Mieko Smith
Feb 15, 2018 - 2:47:29 PM

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L-R: Darnell Osborne, past president, BICA, Anthony Pierre, ICAC President, Prince Rahming, PwC Bahamas Territory Leader, Gowon Bowe, BICA President and Nerika Burrows, BICA council member.

Nassau, Bahamas – PwC Bahamas has partnered with the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) to sponsor the 36th annual Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean Conference (ICAC)

Under this year’s theme “Regional and Global Opportunities: Preparing for Success”, Prince Rahming, Territory Leader, PwC Bahamas, said “PwC has been a part of this prestigious, regional body of accountants for the past 30 years and we are very proud to once again partner with our associates to sponsor ICAC, which will mark the fourth hosting of the event in the Bahamas. This year’s theme holds true for both PwC and ICAC – as both are on a parallel path to support the public to meet their business needs, develop and promote the significant role that chartered accountants play throughout the professional services landscape and uphold the standards to maintain transparency and accountability in all aspects.”

“There are a lot of changes in our profession today that have significantly impacted our region whereby trust in financial reporting is paramount. It is my hope that through this conference and the topics that will be presented we will be better able to assess the opportunities and challenges we face as a profession and remain at the forefront of these development. At PwC, the high quality of our services stems from an operating philosophy that insists we connect our skills, technical expertise, network, industry knowledge and business understanding to create value for our clients” said Rahming.

The conference will be held June 21-23, 2018 at the Atlantis Resort and will bring together accounting and business professionals throughout the Caribbean, United Kingdom, United States and Canada to cover a number of topics including: regional challenges and opportunities for Caribbean economic developments, the ease of doing business in the Caribbean, recent developments in public sector accounting, leadership in the 21st century, embracing diversity, what accounting millennials want in their careers, a statistical analysis of women in the accounting profession and opportunities for growth, professional ethics and emerging issues impacting the energy sector.

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