ICAM Set to Address Economic Challenges at Lake Conference

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Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAM) says networking different delegates together in finding solution to the economy and business challenges the country is facing will ensure improve business and develop economy of the country.

Speaking to journalist at FDH Bank in Blantyre where FDH Financial Holdings handed over K4 million to ICAM, ICAM Director of Education and Training, Chrissie Jere says the donation is timely as it will help them accomplish the lake conference with the theme of navigating the rough economic terrain in order to move forward despite the challenges businesses are facing due to current pandemic, covid-19.

“This topic was purposely selected because of Covid-19 pandemic that we are all experiencing and we feel it is appropriate that accountants and other business people should meet to the lake conference and discuss on how best this can be handled so that so that businesses should continue flourishing,” Jere said.

Meanwhile FDH Bank Head of Finance, Richard Chipezaani, says FDH Financial Holdings support to accountants has come in response to challenges the accountants and businesses are facing in the country.

The planned three day lake conference at Sun and Sun holiday resort in Mangochi from 16th to 18th September will accommodate 900 delegates for which Dr. Saulosi Chilima, the vice president of Malawi will be the Guest of honuor and the main speaker.

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