Come 2011 Sri Lanka will be keeping an important step in the field of financial accounting, as it will report the first comparative financial statements based on the international accounting standards. Simple as it may sound, it is not such an easy task!
CIMA Sri Lanka recently held a focus group discussion among industry leaders to discuss the way forward for corporate reporting in Sri Lanka.
Most definitely yes. I was guilty of assuming that developed countries also had more developed attitudes towards furthering women’s careers, but recent reading has made me question this.
Our CIMA GBC Experience – Team Leader Channa Gunasekera recollects…
One ordinary day during the lunch break at the canteen, my good friend Harinda walked up to me and told about CIMA GBC. I, “the competition lover” replied, “I’ll check whether we can achieve the deadline of this competition and then we’ll register.”
Eight country finalists in teams of four took the stage to stake their claim to being the inaugural champions of the CIMA Global Business Challenge at the National University in Singapore on Friday August 21st. The teams were trying to impress the judging panel consisting of Simon Hurst FCMA - Executive Director, Goldman Sachs in China, Karina Davies - Director of Sales & Marketing, Swissotel Singapore, Vince Cook - CEO, Islamic Bank of Asia, Richard Soh - CEO, SMa School of Management in Singapore, Ray Perry - Director of Brand, CIMA and myself.