Experts for ICMAB-BSEC ties to foster capital market dev

Published : 10 Sep 2021 07:48 PM

Speakers at a launching ceremony stressed need build a partnership between ICMAB and BSEC to foster development of the capital market of Bangladesh. 

The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB) organised the event to launch its new Curriculum- 2021 on Wednesday at Ruhul Quddus Auditorium, ICMAB Bhaban, Dhaka.

Md. Nojibur Rahman, Chairman, Capital Market Stabilization Fund, BSEC and Former Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister attended the occasion as chief guest while AKM Delwer Hussain FCMA, President, South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA) and Council Member & Former President, ICMAB was present as special guest.

Md. Nojibur Rahman congratulated the leaders of ICMAB for preparing a pragmatic curriculum, which is the demand of the time. 

He expressed his desire to build a new partnership with ICMAB and BSEC to further develop the capital market of Bangladesh. 

He also advised the CMAs to work responsively under professional ethics and integrity so that bad things happened in the auditing regime earlier are not repeated again.

The CMA Curriculum- 2021includes the practical aspects and Industry 4 as per the need of the domestic employers keeping the international standards of professional accountancy, auditing and corporate management intact. 

The curriculum is expected to produce efficient managers to successfully run the organizations under both public and private sectors of the country. 

Under the said new curriculum world class education and training will be provided to grab the opportunities of the local and global job markets.

SAFA President AKM Delwer Hussain FCMA congratulated all for this great work. He said that there was a commitment to the member of ICMAB to serve a nice curriculum and have ended it. 

ICMAB President, Abu Bakar Siddique FCMA presided over the program and appreciated to the members who have given relentless services for doing this great job. He says, it is a timely and international standard curriculum. Students get benefit from it.

A S M Shaykhul Islam FCMA, Council Member and past President of ICMAB underscored the need of pro-active attitude of the professional accountants to put positive contribution in the inclusive socio-economic development of the country and work more in line with the 8th Five Year Plan and vision 2030 and 2041 of the government of Bangladesh. 

Md. Jasim Uddin Akond FCMA, Council Member & Past president, ICMAB also spoke on the occasion.

Vice President Md. Mamunur Rashid FCMA delivered the welcome Speech and spoke on the accounting profession in Bangladesh and mentioned the pathways to be a global professional accountant with CMA designation.

Fellow Member of ICMAB Dr. Syed Abdulla Al Mamun FCMA presented the feature on the new curriculum-2021.

Md. Munirul Islam FCMA, Vice president, ICMAB offered vote of thanks. Council Member of ICMAB Md. Ali Haider Chowdhury FCMA moderated the program. A large number of members and students were present.