The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) is set to hold the 10th Edition of the Financial Reporting (FiRe) Awards on 4 November 2020.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are felt across all economies and no country or sector has been spared. ICPAU undertook a survey of its members in order to understand how businesses have been impacted particularly, how and when they envision reopening, and what they might need to aid their recovery. We are pleased to publish ‘COVID-19 Effects - Business reopening and recovery’, a report based on the survey.
Finding the silver lining …
The new normal is here. In a span of less than 6 months, life has transformed massively. COVID-19 has permeated every aspect of life, from business, to family and individual and the impact has largely been detrimental. The things we once took for granted: birthday parties, wedding celebrations, going to Church or the mosque, visiting a friend with a new born or even a casual jog with friends! These and many others are becoming all but distant memories.
30 July 2020
ICPAU Elects New Council
The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) has announced seven (7) leaders (Council Members) to serve for the period 2020-2022.
Understanding the National Budget for 2020/2021
By CPA Kalinda Gonzaga Joseph
Kalinda & Associates Certified Public Accountant (U)
10 June 2020
The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) rolled out the 2020 Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (CPA-U) scholarship programme, the second edition of the programme.
ICPAU's survey reveals sentiments among Certified Public Accountants about the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus), and how their organizations plan to respond. The survey findings indicate that organizations are concerned over the impact of COVID-19 on their revenues and cash flows.
Women entrepreneurs were on 7 November 2019 given strategies for building sustainable enterprises, during the Women Entrepreneurs Mentorship seminar.
While speaking at the seminar, Ms. Sandra Letio, the 30 year old proprietor of Pelere Group advised businesswomen to do the right thing. Ms. Letio emphasised the importance of proper book keeping and maintaining audited accounts.