ACCA’s Africa Members Convention returns as a virtual event from 14-16 December, running from 9am GMT until 12 noon daily. This year, the programme will focus on how the profession in Africa can drive and support economic recovery, sustainability and social governance, with speakers, panellists and delegates exploring the following sub-themes:

  • Africa’s accountants at the heart of the continent’s route to recovery
  • Digitalising the profession to sustainably transform businesses in Africa
  • The profession’s role at the centre of policy development and economic planning

Speakers include:

  • Dr Obiageli Ezekwesili, former government minister, and senior economic adviser, Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI), Nigeria
  • Fred Swaniker, founder and CEO, African Leadership Group
  • Dr Ndidi Nnoli-Edozien, chair, Circular Economy Innovation Partnership, Nigeria
  • Dr Bhavish Jugurnath, president, Africa Emerging Tech Hub, Mauritius
  • Orla Collins FCCA, ACCA global president, UK

Register and find out how you can play a part in Africa’s future. Tickets cost US$40 for up to two days, or US$60 for three.