Athens, 20 October 2017.- FCM, the Mediterranean Federation for the accountancy profession in association with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Greece (SOEL), will celebrate its 15th FCM Annual Conference in Athens on 20th October 2017 (Electra Palace Hotel -Athens).
The 15th FCM Annual Conference under the heading of “A Window into the Future: The Mediterranean Accountancy Profession facing the challenges ahead: Generation Next” will focus on the new trends for the profession, the digital changes, the new dimension: challenges and opportunities.
Speakers and attendees include regional and international regulators, international institutions’ representatives, industry representatives, academics, and journalists as well as representatives of FCM Member Bodies.
Professor In-ki Joo -IFAC Deputy President; Mr. Brian McEnery – ACCA President; -Professor Rym Ayadi, Euro-Mediterranean Association (EMEA) Founder and President; Mr. Mohammed Elrazzaz, Business Development Division of the Union for the Mediterranean; Mrs Maggie McGhee – ACCA’s Director, Professional Insights; Mr Philippe Arraou, former CSOEC- France President; Mr Masum Türker, FCM President; Mr. Haris Alamanos -SOEL President ; Mr Bodo Ridchart – EFAA President and Mr. Olivier Boutellis-Taft- Accountancy Europe CEO; Mr Panayotis Almanos FCM Treasurer and SOEL representative; Mr Léo Vincent – RMEI Honorary President in charge of HOMERe program have all confirmed their attendance.
FCM was founded in 1999 to represent the accountancy profession in the Mediterranean area. Its membership includes 22 professional institutes from 15 Mediterranean countries, representing more than 320.000 professional accountants and auditors.
- The mission of FCM is to promote co-operation among the professional accountancy bodies in the Mediterranean region, both in the private and in the public sector, to share knowledge and provide technical assistance to members to help them achieve and maintain high professional and quality assurance standards.