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Andrew Conway, the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) chief executive officer, has been appointed as chairperson of the Professional Accountancy Organisation Development Committee (PAODC) of the Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants (CAPA) for the next three years.
The PAODC, a committee under the auspices of CAPA, has a mandate to promote and facilitate the establishment and strengthening of professional accountancy organisations in support of the public interest.
IPA president Wendy Leegel said: “On behalf of the IPA Board of Directors, I would like to congratulate Andrew for this important appointment. The IPA is very committed to the objectives of CAPA and to supporting the development of the profession in our region."
Ms Leegel added: “The IPA is very proud of Andrew’s achievements and his contribution to global leadership and governance within the profession.”