Minister Chan Chun Sing reflected recently that “agility in regulations” can be used to derive a competitive advantage. He advises that “Singapore’s regulatory systems must be agile enough to create new rules that are not just defensive to prevent bad things from happening but also new rules that make good things happen”. It may not be sufficient for professional accountants, therefore to simply comply with the text of regulations or standards. They will have to evolve a deeper understanding of the purpose and spirit of these standards and regulations; and actively mould compliance frameworks to make, as what the Minister says, “good things happen”.
About the Symposium
This unique Symposium will provide a deep dive into key technical issues that are critical this year; in financial reporting, tax and audit. It will help you evolve deeper insights into standards and regulations, against the backdrop of a digital environment – all in ONE day! Besides technical matters, it will review and demonstrate technologies, including analytics and robotics, that have the potential to make technical work more rewarding, efficient and effective, enhancing your agility and ability to respond effectively to the dynamic regulatory and business environment.
|Date||18 September 2019 (Wed)|
|Time||9:00 am to 5:30 pm|
|Venue||1 Farrer Park Station Rd, Singapore 217562|
Get deeper insights about key technical from leading industry experts such as Hoi Wai Khin (RSM Singapore), Cheung Pui Yuen (Accounting Standards Council Singapore), Prof Ng Eng Juan (Singapore University of Social Sciences), Dr Eric Sandosham (Red & White Consulting Partners), John Williams (Agile Business Consortium), Goh Kia Hong (NTU), Dr Sowmya Varadharajan (Crowe Singapore), Thomas Egan (International Air Transport Association) and more!
Please email us at [email protected] or call +65 6594 7952.
The organisers reserve the right to change the venue, date and programme due to circumstances beyond our control.
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