Please join us to meet our first ANZ ACCA President, Professor Barry J Cooper
Barry will visit New Zealand to share his insights from his year as President as well as provide members with a deeper understanding of ACCA’s strategic direction over the coming years.
BARRY J COOPER
ACCA PRESIDENT 2012-2013
Professor Barry J Cooper is Head of the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at Deakin University, Melbourne. He has a Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Education and Ph D degree and is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Barry joined ACCA’s Council in 2004 and has served on a number of ACCA committees, including Research Committee (Chair), Finance Committee (Chair) and Nominating Committee (Chair). He has also served on Technical Liaison Committee, Education Advisory Committee and the Editorial Board (Chair) and has been a member of ACCA’s International Assembly.
Barry's senior management experience has included being Head of the Accounting Schools at the Hong Kong Polytechnic (1987 – 1991) and RMIT University (1993 – 1997) and also from 1988 – 1993, Barry played a key role in establishing the ACCA qualification in China. He was also National Director – Member Services of CPA Australia (1998 – 2000), when he was responsible for its member services and professional development operations. He returned to RMIT University in December 2000 until moving to Deakin University in 2007, where, in addition to his role as Head of the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, he teaches and researches in the areas of auditing, professional ethics, corporate governance and accounting education. In his spare time, Barry follows his passion as an organic olive oil grower and processor.
Tuesday, 6 August 2013
5.45pm - 8.00pm
6.00pm Welcome address
7.30pm Light refreshments served
8.00pm Event close
12 Bolton Street
Lambton Quarter, Wellington CBD
NZD30.00 - early bird discount (register by 24 July)
NZD50.00 - Member standard rate
NZD60.00 - Non-member standard rate
*One hour of learning is equal to one CPD unit. According to ACCA's CPD policy, you can count this towards your verifiable units if you can apply the learning in your career..