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Eighty fifth Annual General Meeting (The AGM)

Dear IMFO Member

 

Notice is hereby given that the Eighty fifth Annual General Meeting (The AGM)  of the Institute will be held in Cape Town as follows:

Date: 6 October 2014

Venue: CTICC , Auditorium 1

Time: 16h00 – 16h30

 

Yours Faithfully”

 

Kindly look Proposed Agenda Items:

 

Item

Agenda

Lead Role

 

 

 

1

Notice of convening of the meeting

CEO

2

Opening and Welcome

President

3

Apologies for Absence

Board Secretary

4

Approval of the Minutes of the  84th AGM held in Durban on the 30 September 2013

All

5

Matters arising from the Minutes

All

6

Announcement of Board election results for the term 2014/15- 2016/17

CEO

7

Presentation of the Annual Report

CEO and Standing Committee Chairpersons

8

Elevation to Fellowship

President

9

Elevation to Honorary Life Membership

President

10

Approval of amendment to the MOI

CEO

11

Presentation of the audited Annual Financial Statement (2013/14)

CFO

12

Report of the Independent Auditors

CEO

13

Appointment of Independent Auditors (2014/15)

CEO

14

Progress of IMFO Building Project

BC Chairperson

15

General

All

16

Closure

President



 

 
ELECTION OF THE IMFO BOARD FOR THE TERM 2014/2015 AND 2015/2016

Dear members

 

Kindly take note that due to the South African Post Office strike that started weeks ago and is still proceeding, there were some members who did not receive ballot papers in order cast their votes to elect candidates of their choice.

 

Below is a letter from the Chief Executive Officer of IMFO as well as the Ballot Papers.

 

Election Letter - electronic voting

 

General Vice President

 

Technical Vice President

 

General Members 


Technical Members of the Board

 

KZN Branch Ballot

 

Member’s votes are to be sent to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  by close of business day (17h00) on 09 September 2014.

 

PS: Any changes made on the Ballot Papers will be thrown out as spoiled votes.


 
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IMFO ANNUAL CONFERENCE (6-8 OCTOBER 2014) - REGISTER NOW
 
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REGISTRATION DETAILS
 

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Introduction to IMFO
VISION

To be a recognised professional body for the development and promotion of municipal finance officers and local government

MISSION

Providing, within the statutory framework, effective financial accounting advice, as well as setting and maintaining high financial standards and controls in the area of local government finance, to all levels of government and stakeholders, to benefit the community.

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of the Institute is to Further the Interests of Local Government in the Financial and related areas by:
  • advising institutions, commissions and other bodies and person.
  • the training and advancing of knowledge of members of the Institute, and
  • the promotion of the interests of the profession of municipal finance officers.a
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NOTICE OF ELECTION OF IMFO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Notice is hereby given for the process of electing IMFO Board members for period of two years.

There are 24 (Twenty four) positions made up as follows:
 
1x President (Technical)
1x Vice President (General)
1x Vice President (Technical)
6x Board Members (Technical)
4x Board Members (General)
11x Provincial Branches (Technical)
 
The process is conducted in two phases in terms of the IMFO Board Nominations and Election Procedure Framework. The phases are briefly summarized below


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HOW TO OBTAIN TECHNICAL ADVICE ON ACCOUNTING RELATED MATTERS AND HOW TO RESOLVE INTERPRETATION DIFFERENCES DURING THE AUDIT CYCLE

To ensure that all stakeholders follow the same process in obtaining technical advice on accounting related principles in a Standard of Generally Recognised Accounting Practice (GRAP), and to ensure that the appropriate party is consulted on interpretation differences that arise between auditees and their auditors during the audit process, representatives from the Office of the Accountant-General, the Auditor-General and the Secretariat of the Accounting Standards Board have agreed to put in place a specific process to deal with such matters.

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