The Lesotho Institute of Accountants (L.I.A) was established by the Accountants Act of 1977, which gives the institute the mandate of regulating the accountancy practice in Lesotho. Our mission is to develop, enhance and effectively regulate the accounting profession in Lesotho through: Provision of internationally recognized relevant education and training programmes, as well as ensuring compliance.
Learn more about the LIA's history. mission and vision and our core featuresRead More
Our core feature is to develop professional accounting syllabus, facilitate and monitor trainingRead More
We award membership certificates to qualifying accountants and develop standardsRead More
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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 LesothoREAD MORE
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Accountancy is an occupation based on unique body of specialized knowledge. Members of the profession provide a service that can be relied upon by users from diverse backgrounds, and therefore the professionals are expected to posses intellectual, analytical and advisory skills, contributing value to their clients/principals.
The Lesotho Institute of Accountants