The idea of setting up an accountancy institute was conceived by the East African governments of Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya, in the 1960s. This was shortly after the East African states had attained independence from colonial powers of that time.
Interim Council of the Institute:
On 8 November 1994, the first duly elected Council was formed comprising of the following;
Pius K. Bahemuka later on took up the position of Secretary / Chief Executive Officer. The Council then co-opted Narendra Ambalal Thakkar to replace him. Thakkar was subsequently duly elected as a Council member on 21 June 1996.
Thereafter, Council members are elected for a 3 years term of office. A council member who has served for a 3years term is legible for another more terms of office.
IFAC Small and Medium Practices (SMP) Forum 2013
The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) and the Pan African Federation of Accountants (PAFA) will jointly host the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) Small and Medium Practices Forum on 5 June 2013, in Kampala, Uganda. The one-day forum will bring together regional and national accountancy organizations, standard setters, and other interested parties, to discuss how to address the challenges and opportunities facing Small and Medium-sized Practices (SMPs) and Small and Medium-sized Entities (SMEs), with a focus...
1st CPA Economic Forum
The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) invites you for the first ever CPA Economic Forum scheduled to take place from 24-26 July 2013, at the Imperial Resort Beach Hotel, Entebbe. The three day residential seminar will tackle topics on public procurement, infrastructure development, entrepreneurship, investment funding, the civil society and accountability, and tourism, among others. The Forum presents a unique opportunity for participants to delve into the issues that pertain to Uganda’s economy, drawing from...
Having issues with members' Login
IntroductionWe are pleased to inform you that the Institute has deployed a website: www.icpau.co.ug. The website is available to members to confidentially access personal information. Other information is also freely available on the website.Website Registration ProcessIn order to access your personal information such as your CPD hours, you are required to register on the website. The website registration is as follows:Open ICPAU website www.icpau.co.ugClick on members menu then click on the members' Login. The login area will display. Click on...
Public Practice Program
Information for candidates completing the Public Practice Study Program...