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CA Sri Lanka - IPM join hands to develop Management Capability in Sri Lanka

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka (IPM Sri Lanka) to offer a joint finance course for non-finance executives.

The MoU was signed between CA Sri Lanka President Mr. Sujeewa Rajapakse and IPM Sri Lanka President Mr. Samitha Perera.

The agreement also paves way for both institutes to exchange their professional knowledge to enhance the quality of work between professionals working in the fields of human resources and finance.

Apart from the finance course offered for non-finance executives, the agreement also allows IPM Sri Lanka to prepare a human resource course for chartered accountants in Sri Lanka, who aim to further their knowledge beyond accounting and financing.

The course offered by CA Sri Lanka will be a four month long course titled ‘Finance for Non-Finance Professionals’, while the course offered by IPM Sri Lanka will also be a four month long course titled ‘HR for Non-HR professionals.”

CA Sri Lanka is the national body of accountants apart from being one of the largest professional organisations in the country with a history dating back to 54 years, providing leadership and insight to the accountancy and finance profession in Sri Lanka as well as globally.

The Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka (IPM), founded in 1959, is national professional body incorporated by an Act of Parliament No. 24 of 1976 to offer qualifications in the field of human resource management. The institute is affiliated to the Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management and the World Federation of Personnel Management Associations.