Malé, Maldives – Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Maldives (CA Maldives) has launched their strategic plan for 2021 to 2023.
The Strategic plan was unveiled at a special ceremony by Tourism Minister Dr. Abdullah Mausoom.
Speaking at the ceremony, Auditor General Hassan Ziyath noted that this strategic plan’s main aim is to establish CA’s conduct on a more concrete base.
He added that other objectives of the scheme include that CA Maldives builds institutional capacity, be established as a globally recognised institute, do work beneficial for CA Maldives members and the nation, and make this profession a trustable which has numerous opportunities.
According to CA, the three-year strategic plan is aimed at exceeding the expectations of accounting professionals and other stakeholders by laying a solid foundation for our institutional capacity to deliver their mandate, achieve financial sustainability and global recognition within the tenure of the first governing council.
Minister Muasoom, Capital Market Development Authority CEO Mohamed Hussain Manik, CA Maldives Council Member Hussain Niyaz, conversed in a panel discussion at the ceremony on the importance of implementing sustainable businesses practices to improve the economy.
At this discussion, they also highlighted the currently established sustainable businesses practices and such practices which are planned for the future.
Maldivian Parliament passed the first Chartered Accountants Bill on the 26th August 2020. The bill was ratified by the President of the Maldives on the 8th September 2020