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The Institute of Public Accountants has welcomed the upcoming International Accounting Day initiative, encouraging its members to celebrate the “immense contribution” that accountants around the globe make to society.
International Accounting Day will be celebrated on 10 November 2017, with IPA chief executive Andrew Conway welcoming its move to raise the profile of the accounting profession.
“We are very pleased to support the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) initiative to celebrate the role of professional accountants,” said Mr Conway.
“Our current research is indicating that accountants play a vital role in the life of the small business owner; often in a position to help alleviate day-to-day stressors and improve their mental health status.
“There are three million professional accountants around the world who make a significant and positive contribution to their respective local economies,” he added.
“The role of accountants as trusted advisers to clients is diverse and the societal impact they have must be respected. Together, they tackle corruption, expand economic growth and positively impact the quality of life for billions of people.”