Course Detail(PAIB2019 : ISCA PAIB Conference 2019: Opportunities Amidst Transformations)

PAIB2019 : ISCA PAIB Conference 2019: Opportunities Amidst Transformations

6.00 CPE Hours (Category 1, Category 2, Others)
Classroom

 
On the back of a successful PAIB Conference in 2018, we are back to present the 2019 PAIB Conference, a dedicated conference for finance professionals, both from the public and private sector.

Join us to be part of the largest accounting and finance conference attended by finance professionals in Singapore to take home the key trends you need to know in one day! Curated specially for the accountants in business, the PAIB Conference will discuss the opportunities amidst transformations from a global perspective, the implementation challenges of new accounting standards, and hot button issues affecting finance professionals in Singapore, as well as out of the region!


Fees
Categories
Fees (inclusive of GST)
Early Bird
Member: $365.94
Non-Member: $439.13
Regular
Member: $406.60
Non-Member: $487.92
Group Purchase (min. 3 per group)
Early Bird: $414.73 per person
Regular: $439.13 per person
Bundle Package (PAIB + FFCC)
Member:
Early Bird: $731.88 per person
Regular: $772.54 per person
 
Non-Member:
Early Bird: $878.26 per person
Regular: $927.05 per person

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Programme Outline

 
Time
Topic
8.30am
Registration
9.00am
 
Welcome Address by ISCA
9.15am
Keynote Address by Guest-of-Honour

Ms Indranee Rajah, Minister, Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Finance & Education
9.30am
Launch of ISCA Infrastructure Finance Pathway & Qualification

Speaker to be announced
10.00am
Opportunities Amidst Transformations: A Global Voice

Sun-Tze once said, “In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity”. Opportunities are created with every transformation. With new landscapes, increasing expectations and additional regulations, finance professionals should learn to transform these challenges into opportunities to stand out from the crowd. Be enlightened by a global leader as he shares the top 5 trends a finance professional needs to know to capitalise on such opportunities.

Speaker to be announced
10.30am
Morning Tea Break
11.00am
An Expert Advice - How Economy-Savvy is your Business?

Many businesses operate in their own ecosystems and fail to see the correlation between current affairs and their businesses. What they are unaware of is that these external forces can influence their bottom line. How can businesses have a better sense of these market forces to maintain their relevance in the market? Learn from our expert speaker on how current affairs can impact business models in any industry.

Speaker to be announced
11.30am
Panel Discussion:
Bend or Break – The Art of Building an Agile Culture

With the business environment evolving rapidly, it is imperative for all organisations to break barriers to remain relevant. Agile working goes beyond flexibility at work and focuses on removing boundaries in order to get work done as efficiently as possible. With the many benefits of agile working for both the employees and businesses, creating an agile culture is now or never. However, as every business is different, there is no one size fits all. Hear wise words from our panel as they discuss their challenges, lessons learned and practical solutions in achieving this synergy.

Moderator and panellists to be announced
12.30pm
Networking Lunch
 
Time
Track 1
(Private Sector)
Track 2
(Public Sector)
2.00pm
Art of War: Man vs Machine

Employees are the biggest assets of any organisation. Instead of replacing humans at work, technology can value add to job functions and as a result, increase the intrinsic value of assets. How should companies harmonise this “battle” and reap the benefits?

Speaker to be announced
The Cyborg Brains: Future Employee of Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 comes as a wave which not only changes how and what we do, it changes the mindset before we execute the how and what we do. Unfold the Industry 4.0 technologies as they evolve the way you work in the public sector. Learn from the early adopters how automation can alleviate your workload while ensuring governance and trust. Future proof your finance team for Industry 4.0.

Speaker to be announced
2.30pm
Behavioural Competencies: A New Chapter for PAIBs

Given the increasing complexity of business and financial reporting, there is a growing emphasis on “behavioral competencies” such as acting ethically and legally, exercising professional judgment and demonstrating emotional intelligence. What are some of the potential challenges when making reliable judgments and what are the necessary skillsets PAIBs need to be equipped to reach a professional analysis? Stay tuned for the new chapter in the life of a PAIB.

Speaker to be announced
The Ethics of Efficiency: A Balancing Act

Public sector ethics has always been kept at the highest standards. Whilst highly regulated, it is a thin line between ethics and efficiency. It is not always the best strategy to run an organisation that is economically efficient while being ethically appealing. How can we manage both without compromising on standards? How should we strike a balance?

Speaker to be announced
3.00pm
Sustainability Beyond the Finance Horizon

Climate change’s effects are becoming more prominent each day and changing how we work. How do we reduce the risk of climate disruption that affect the public sector to pivot towards greater sustainability?

Speaker to be announced
 
Governance@Digital: Stepping up Risk Management in the age of digital transformation

With the rise of the digital age, how will governance be managed differently in the public sector? How can public sector step up its risk management efforts and leverage advances in digital, cloud, mobile and advanced analytics to embed deeper and more insightful risk information in strategy formulation, performance management and supporting decision-making? How do we transform risk management in organisations and build up organisational agility and resilience in the face of greater volatility and uncertainty?

Speaker to be announced
3.30pm
Afternoon Tea Break
4.00pm
FRS 115 – One Year On, What Have We Learnt?

Hear from an industry expert a post-implementation review of FRS 115. Learn how others overcame the teething challenges with some suggested resolutions.

Speaker to be announced
Getting a Grip on Public Sector Financial Reporting

Find out what is in the spotlight of the public sector financial statements. Learn from an industry expert on how to raise the standards of your financial reporting.

Speaker to be announced
4.45pm
Panel discussion:
The ROI of Social Media – An Intangible Asset?

Over the past decade, social media has slowly cemented itself as a new marketing channel and an essential piece of business marketing strategy worldwide. With companies investing their financial resources in building their social media platforms, how can we measure the returns of this investment? What should be your KPI of your investment of social media?

Hear from experts who are thriving in this space and how they measure this “intangible asset”.

Moderator and panellists to be announced
Panel discussion:
Public Sector Finance: The Thrust of Trust

The public sector finance teams are deemed as reliable stewards and have always been entrusted with sensitive information. As one of the function upholding stewardship and professionalism in organisations, how should the finance team wield this power of trust? In light of the rise in cyberattacks, how is cybersecurity changing the role of finance? How can finance partner with technology in contributing towards shaping systems and data security strategies from the grounds up given its affinity in instituting strong controls and proper data management?

Hear from the government and technology leaders on how finance can contribute towards building trust.

Moderator and panellists to be announced
5.30pm
End of Conference

*Programme is subject to changes without further notice

 

Strategic Partners

  

 

Terms & Conditions:
  • Group registration rate applies to transactions with a minimum of 3 tickets.
  • Registrations have to be made in one transaction to enjoy the group registration rate. Additional registrations at the group registration rate are not allowed once the transaction is completed.
  • There will strictly be no refunds for any cancellations or no-shows. Replacements are allowed, up to 7 working days before the event. Please email events@isca.org.sg for replacement requests.

Intended For

Professional Accountants in Business (Private and Public Sector)

Competency Mapping

Category 1 = 0.75 Hours
Category 2 = 0.50 Hours
Others = 4.75 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Date & Time

17 Jul 2019 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 406.60   $ 365.94
For Non-Members: $ 487.92   $ 439.13
Early Bird Discount till 30 Apr 2019

Programme Facilitator(s)

TBC

Venue

10 Bayfront Avenue
Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Singapore 018971

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


To be announced at a later date

 
On the back of a successful PAIB Conference in 2018, we are back to present the 2019 PAIB Conference, a dedicated conference for finance professionals, both from the public and private sector.

Join us to be part of the largest accounting and finance conference attended by finance professionals in Singapore to take home the key trends you need to know in one day! Curated specially for the accountants in business, the PAIB Conference will discuss the opportunities amidst transformations from a global perspective, the implementation challenges of new accounting standards, and hot button issues affecting finance professionals in Singapore, as well as out of the region!


Fees
Categories
Fees (inclusive of GST)
Early Bird
Member: $365.94
Non-Member: $439.13
Regular
Member: $406.60
Non-Member: $487.92
Group Purchase (min. 3 per group)
Early Bird: $414.73 per person
Regular: $439.13 per person
Bundle Package (PAIB + FFCC)
Member:
Early Bird: $731.88 per person
Regular: $772.54 per person
 
Non-Member:
Early Bird: $878.26 per person
Regular: $927.05 per person

User-added image

Programme Outline

 
Time
Topic
8.30am
Registration
9.00am
 
Welcome Address by ISCA
9.15am
Keynote Address by Guest-of-Honour

Ms Indranee Rajah, Minister, Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Finance & Education
9.30am
Launch of ISCA Infrastructure Finance Pathway & Qualification

Speaker to be announced
10.00am
Opportunities Amidst Transformations: A Global Voice

Sun-Tze once said, “In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity”. Opportunities are created with every transformation. With new landscapes, increasing expectations and additional regulations, finance professionals should learn to transform these challenges into opportunities to stand out from the crowd. Be enlightened by a global leader as he shares the top 5 trends a finance professional needs to know to capitalise on such opportunities.

Speaker to be announced
10.30am
Morning Tea Break
11.00am
An Expert Advice - How Economy-Savvy is your Business?

Many businesses operate in their own ecosystems and fail to see the correlation between current affairs and their businesses. What they are unaware of is that these external forces can influence their bottom line. How can businesses have a better sense of these market forces to maintain their relevance in the market? Learn from our expert speaker on how current affairs can impact business models in any industry.

Speaker to be announced
11.30am
Panel Discussion:
Bend or Break – The Art of Building an Agile Culture

With the business environment evolving rapidly, it is imperative for all organisations to break barriers to remain relevant. Agile working goes beyond flexibility at work and focuses on removing boundaries in order to get work done as efficiently as possible. With the many benefits of agile working for both the employees and businesses, creating an agile culture is now or never. However, as every business is different, there is no one size fits all. Hear wise words from our panel as they discuss their challenges, lessons learned and practical solutions in achieving this synergy.

Moderator and panellists to be announced
12.30pm
Networking Lunch
 
Time
Track 1
(Private Sector)
Track 2
(Public Sector)
2.00pm
Art of War: Man vs Machine

Employees are the biggest assets of any organisation. Instead of replacing humans at work, technology can value add to job functions and as a result, increase the intrinsic value of assets. How should companies harmonise this “battle” and reap the benefits?

Speaker to be announced
The Cyborg Brains: Future Employee of Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 comes as a wave which not only changes how and what we do, it changes the mindset before we execute the how and what we do. Unfold the Industry 4.0 technologies as they evolve the way you work in the public sector. Learn from the early adopters how automation can alleviate your workload while ensuring governance and trust. Future proof your finance team for Industry 4.0.

Speaker to be announced
2.30pm
Behavioural Competencies: A New Chapter for PAIBs

Given the increasing complexity of business and financial reporting, there is a growing emphasis on “behavioral competencies” such as acting ethically and legally, exercising professional judgment and demonstrating emotional intelligence. What are some of the potential challenges when making reliable judgments and what are the necessary skillsets PAIBs need to be equipped to reach a professional analysis? Stay tuned for the new chapter in the life of a PAIB.

Speaker to be announced
The Ethics of Efficiency: A Balancing Act

Public sector ethics has always been kept at the highest standards. Whilst highly regulated, it is a thin line between ethics and efficiency. It is not always the best strategy to run an organisation that is economically efficient while being ethically appealing. How can we manage both without compromising on standards? How should we strike a balance?

Speaker to be announced
3.00pm
Sustainability Beyond the Finance Horizon

Climate change’s effects are becoming more prominent each day and changing how we work. How do we reduce the risk of climate disruption that affect the public sector to pivot towards greater sustainability?

Speaker to be announced
 
Governance@Digital: Stepping up Risk Management in the age of digital transformation

With the rise of the digital age, how will governance be managed differently in the public sector? How can public sector step up its risk management efforts and leverage advances in digital, cloud, mobile and advanced analytics to embed deeper and more insightful risk information in strategy formulation, performance management and supporting decision-making? How do we transform risk management in organisations and build up organisational agility and resilience in the face of greater volatility and uncertainty?

Speaker to be announced
3.30pm
Afternoon Tea Break
4.00pm
FRS 115 – One Year On, What Have We Learnt?

Hear from an industry expert a post-implementation review of FRS 115. Learn how others overcame the teething challenges with some suggested resolutions.

Speaker to be announced
Getting a Grip on Public Sector Financial Reporting

Find out what is in the spotlight of the public sector financial statements. Learn from an industry expert on how to raise the standards of your financial reporting.

Speaker to be announced
4.45pm
Panel discussion:
The ROI of Social Media – An Intangible Asset?

Over the past decade, social media has slowly cemented itself as a new marketing channel and an essential piece of business marketing strategy worldwide. With companies investing their financial resources in building their social media platforms, how can we measure the returns of this investment? What should be your KPI of your investment of social media?

Hear from experts who are thriving in this space and how they measure this “intangible asset”.

Moderator and panellists to be announced
Panel discussion:
Public Sector Finance: The Thrust of Trust

The public sector finance teams are deemed as reliable stewards and have always been entrusted with sensitive information. As one of the function upholding stewardship and professionalism in organisations, how should the finance team wield this power of trust? In light of the rise in cyberattacks, how is cybersecurity changing the role of finance? How can finance partner with technology in contributing towards shaping systems and data security strategies from the grounds up given its affinity in instituting strong controls and proper data management?

Hear from the government and technology leaders on how finance can contribute towards building trust.

Moderator and panellists to be announced
5.30pm
End of Conference

*Programme is subject to changes without further notice

 

Strategic Partners

  

 

Terms & Conditions:
  • Group registration rate applies to transactions with a minimum of 3 tickets.
  • Registrations have to be made in one transaction to enjoy the group registration rate. Additional registrations at the group registration rate are not allowed once the transaction is completed.
  • There will strictly be no refunds for any cancellations or no-shows. Replacements are allowed, up to 7 working days before the event. Please email events@isca.org.sg for replacement requests.

Intended For

Professional Accountants in Business (Private and Public Sector)

Competency Mapping

Category 1 = 0.75 Hours
Category 2 = 0.50 Hours
Others = 4.75 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

To be announced at a later date

Upcoming Schedule

Date & Time

17 Jul 2019 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 406.60   $ 365.94
For Non-Members: $ 487.92   $ 439.13
Early Bird Discount till 30 Apr 2019

Programme Facilitator(s)

TBC

Venue

10 Bayfront Avenue
Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Singapore 018971