THE ADMINISTRATION

In terms of the provisions of the Accountants Act, the affairs of the Institute are managed by the Council, which is elected in line with the same Act. The Council is effectively the Governing Board of the Institute. The functions of the Council are carried out by sub-committees made up of volunteers.


The work of Council and sub-committees is co-ordinated on the day to day basis by the Secretariat. The head of the Secretariat is the Chief Executive Officer, who is responsible for long range strategy and work plan of the Institute, as well as the day to day running of the Secretariat. The structure of the Secretariat currently stands as depicted by the organogram.


The Chief Executive Officer works with the Presidential Committee on matters requiring immediate attention. These they do on behalf of Council. The Presidential Committee is made up of the following people:


OUR ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Our annual conference will be held this year for all accountants and professionals alike.

The Lesotho Institute of Accountants (LIA) was established by the Accountants Act of 1977, which gives the institute the mandate of regulating the Accountancy practice in Lesotho

This responsibility can farther be broken don into the following functions: 

The Lesotho Institute of Accountants (LIA) was established by the Accountants Act of 1977, which gives the institute the mandate of regulating the Accountancy practice in Lesotho

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