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Pierre re-elected to head ICAC
Anthony Pierre, a Council Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of T&T (ICATT), has been re-elected as head of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean (ICAC).
At ICAC’s 30th Annual General Meeting in the Bahamas last month, Pierre was elected unopposed to serve a second term as president of the regional accountancy body. He served previously as ICATT’s director on the board of ICAC and as secretary for two consecutive terms from 2011 to 2013. He has chaired several committees of the regional body, and in 2015, was appointed Vice-President.
A Fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants of the United Kingdom (FCCA), Pierre is a member in practice of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of T&T (CA), an associate of the Institute of Certified Financial Consultants of the USA (CFC) and a Certified Internal Control and Risks Analyst (CICRA). He is Principal and Chief Executive Officer of Anthony P. Pierre & Co. Chartered Accountants, a member firm of Santa Fe Associates International.
As he looks towards his continuing term in office, Pierre plans to drive reform measures emanating from a study which examined the status of public financial management in the Caribbean. He believes with the support of regional governments, the ICAC will promote improved public sector accounting and public financial reporting reforms successfully for the public good.
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