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CPA Australia’s Annual NFP Symposium – Advertorial


Friday, 26th March 2004 at 12:03 pm
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Accounting, finance and management professionals within the Not for Profit Sector across Australia need to be aware of important legislative, taxation and managerial changes - and must be ready to tackle them.

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CPA Australia’s Annual NFP Symposium – Advertorial
Friday, 26th March 2004 at 12:03 pm

Accounting, finance and management professionals within the Not for Profit Sector across Australia need to be aware of important legislative, taxation and managerial changes – and must be ready to tackle them.

With increasing competition for donation dollars, community involvement and program assistance, efficient and effective operation is crucial.

The key question your organisation needs to ask is ‘how do you prepare for these challenges?’

CPA Australia’s Annual Not for Profit Symposium presented in Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane during May is designed for everyone in the sector who is responsible for successful organisational performance and management initiatives.

The Symposium provides the necessary technical information and knowledge to:

• Ensure organisational viability through competent financial management
• Develop good governance practices to get the best board possible
• Understand the key implications of IFRS for NFPs
• Negotiate effectively through the grants reporting maze
• Design and implement strategic performance measurement and management programs to deliver organisational objectives
• Understand the latest taxation changes affecting NFPs
• Learn what the impact of the Charities Bill will be and its associated issues
• Combat fraud and security issues arising from financial transactions
• Leverage the media to bolster marketing and achieve organisational goals
• Build staff morale and expertise – bringing out the best in your teams

The key presentations are from:
Des Pearson FCPA, Auditor-General, Office of the Auditor-General, WA
Boyne Alley FCPA, Former Vice President Stewardship, World Vision International
David Abfalter FCPA, Chief Executive Officer, Service to Youth Council, SA
Kathryn Harrison, General Manager, Anglicare Western Region, QLD
Andrew McCallum, Chief Executive Officer, St Luke’s Anglicare; President, ACOSS
Mark Tucker-Evans, Executive Director, Council on the Ageing Queensland
Brian Niedzwiecki, Chief Financial & Technology Officer, St Vincent de Paul Society (WA)
Mark Henley, Senior Policy Advisor, Uniting Care Wesley Adelaide
Dr Myles McGregor-Lowndes OAM, Professor Faculty of Business;
Director of the Centre of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, QUT.

The dates are:
PERTH
Fri 14 May, 2004
Perth Hilton
MELBOURNE
Wed 19 May, 2004
Savoy Park Plaza
ADELAIDE
Fri 21 May, 2004
Adelaide Hilton
SYDNEY
Wed 26 May, 2004
Sydney Marriott Hotel
BRISBANE
Fri 28 May, 2004
Stamford Plaza

There is an Earlybird discount of $110 applicable for registration and payment before Friday, April 16th.

If you would like more information and a registration form, contact the CPA Continuing Professional Development Team on 1300 85 77 05 or visit
http://www.cpaaustralia.com.au/2004/0163.asp




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