11 - 15 September 2017 | Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg
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Accounting Technician, South Africa (AT(SA))
Accounting Technician, South Africa (AT(SA)) is a leading, trusted professional body dedicated to the education, development, regulation and support of accounting technicians in South Africa. In association with South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), we represent confident, skilled accounting technicians who are committed and empowered to deliver and uphold the high professional standards and ethics that the profession demands
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is the global body for professional accountants. We aim to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
CIMA is the world’s leading, and largest, professional body of management accountants. Our unique blend of management accounting, financial accounting and business-focused subjects produces competent and confident CGMAs who can lead their organisations to sustainable success.
Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa (CSSA)
Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa (CSSA) is the formal professional Institute for the enabling of corporate governance and accounting as well as the expert commentator and thought leader in Southern Africa on governance matters. CSSA is the professional qualifying body for Chartered Secretaries offering an international qualification recognised in more than 80 countries.
Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa (FPI)
As a Recognised Controlling Body (RCB) [approved by SARS] and a professional body for financial planners (recognised by SAQA), the Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa’s (FPI) vision is to provide access to professional financial planning to all by ensuring that people who carry the CFP® designation are qualified, experienced and professional.
The Institute of Accounting and Commerce (IAC)
In terms of section 60 of the close corporations act 69 of 1984, the Institute of Accounting and Commerce (IAC) registers Accounting Officers, since 2013 is also a Recognised Controlling Body with SARS for Tax Practitioners (in terms of section 240 of the tax administration act 28 of 2011), and since 2016, the IAC is a Recognised Controlling Body for Business Rescue Practitioners.
Law Society of South Africa
The Law Society of South Africa indirectly represents more than 25 000 practising attorneys and almost 6 000 candidate attorneys countrywide. Its constituent members are the Black Lawyers Association, the National Association of Democratic Lawyers, Cape Law Society, the KwaZulu-Natal Law Society, the Law Society of the Northern Provinces and the Law Society of the Free State.
The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), South Africa’s pre-eminent accountancy body, is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading accounting institutes. The Institute provides a wide range of support services to more than 42 000 members and associates who are chartered accountants [CAs(SA)], as well as AGAs(SA) and ATs(SA) and who hold positions as CEOs, MDs, board directors, business owners, chief financial officers, auditors and leaders in their spheres of operation, including the public Sector.
The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA)
The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) is one of the leading accountancy institutes representing qualified Professional Accountants (SA) in practice, commerce & industry, academia and the public sector. SAIPA is celebrating 35 years of professional accounting in 2017.
The South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT)
The South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT) is the largest professional tax body in South Africa. SAIT contributes to the development of world class professional practices and people by developing sound tax policy in collaboration with Parliament, contributing to thought leadership, participating in OECD forums and through its influence as chair of the global Tax Directors’ Forum