ICAN-UK & District Society is one of four District Societies of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) based overseas. Established in 1988, the District currently has over 550 members in the UK. The District is overseen by an elected Executive Committee.
Our key strategic objectives are to effectively represent ICAN in the UK, improve the professional competence of our members, promote cohesion among our members and the Nigerian community, promote members' social well-being and ensure the financial viability of the District.
ICAN UK District is one of four District Societies of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) based overseas. UK District Society was established in 1988 following motion formally moved by Mr. James Olugbenga Coker. The pioneer members were:
1. Mrs C.A.I Shittu - Chairman
2. Mr. F. Johnson – Vice Chairman
3. Mr. J. Coker – General Secretary
4. Mr. J. Ariwodola – Financial Secretary
5. Dr. F.I. Onyenemelu (Deceased) – Public Relations & Publicity Secretary
The UK District was officially launched on 22 September 1990 at the London School of Economics, University of London, Houghton Street, London WC2. The launch was done simultaneously with the celebration of the Silver jubilee of ICAN under the distinguished chairmanship of late Bashorun M.K.O. Abiola FCA, FNIM, FNSE, D.Lit, LL.D – the then mentor of ICAN UK & District Society.
The UK District Society received its official seal on 23rd March 1991, represented by the then ICAN President – Mr. Ayo Oni FCA. This event took place at a presidential ball held at Hastings School of Management, Clapham Common, London, SW4, with the President in attendance. The District has grown and now has over 550 members in the UK. It is overseen by an elected Executive Committee and conducts its operations through committees.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The aims and objectives of the Society include the following:
(a) To uphold the tenets of the Institute in the District;
(b) To support the members and students within the District as defined under section 1.3 of the Bye-Law;
(c) To implement the policies of the Institute at the District level;
(d) To hold regular meetings of the Society and organise trainings, seminars, conferences webinars and workshops for members of the District, other members of the Institute and the society at large.
(e) To organise events such as Annual Dinner, Annual General Meeting (AGM), etc;
(f) To disseminate other information of interest to members and the society at large.
(g) To attract and drive membership to the Institute through various enlightenment and educational programmes
(h) To follow up on members’ welfare and disputes resolutions;
(i) To represent the Institute on all fronts
(j) To handle matters affecting the Institute within its locality and report back to the Institute;
(k) To establish and maintain libraries for the use of members and students.
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Monthly General Meetings
Meetings are held every last Friday of the month, except in December due to the festive season.
Keyworth Centre, London South Bank University, Elephant & Castle, London. SE1 6NG
Meeting starts: 7.00pm
Meetings via Video Conferencing due to COVID-19
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ICAN UK & District Society - The Flagship District of ICAN! We provide opportunity to Network with colleagues and organise events which attracts MCPE pointsRegister Now
10th ICAN UK International Accountants' Conference THEME: Socio-Economic Outlook and The Accountancy Profession: Challenges & Opportunities|| DATE: 1st - 5th March 2023 [1st: Arrival; Thursday 2nd: Day 1; Friday 3rd: Day 2; Saturday 4th: Sightseeing & Gala Night; Sunday 5th: Departure] || CONTACT: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgBook Event
The governance structure of the ICAN UK District society comprises of the Executive Committee supported by various standing committees. The Executive Committee is responsible for co-ordinating and controlling the affairs of the Society, regulating its membership and catering for the interests of members.
The committee consists of 8 elected members and 3 ex-officio members of the District, each holding one of the following positions:
Great, great experience. I am glad I was part of it. Kudos to the organisers.
Thanks all, for the successful conference and the excellent logistics provided by our UK team
Big thank you to UK District team for a wonderful conference
Appreciations to the UK District & Society, the Chairman, Conference Chair, the wonderful Committee members and delegates from various locations for the impactful sessions and networking experience
Big congratulations to our President, Chairman and members of ICAN UK on a successful conference. We appreciate all that you do. Kudos to all the brave participants despite all that is going on globally now. WE DID IT. Iâ€™m so proud of everyone for promoting our beloved profession.
Thanks to God and to the organisers of the conference. That was a nice one.
Thanks be to ALLAH. We are safely in Abuja this morning. Kudos to the UK District and the Executives, the Organising Committee and ICAN President and his team that added colour to the event. May God bless the Institute.
WHY YOU MUST PARTICIPATE IN THIS CONFERENCE 1. Listen to seasoned and erudite speakers from within and outside the country. 2. Acquaint yourself with updated topical, local and global issues on technological developments 3. Invest in yourself, career and your business 4. Position your enterprise for the future regardless of class or age to harness opportunities arising from topical matters. 5. Relax and have fun
Theme: Free Trade Area, Digital Economy: A New Dawn for Africa | TAIWO OYEDELE spoke on African Free Trade Agreement & Ecowas single Currency | OLUSOJI ADENIYI spoke on Free Trade & Social Enterprise: Opportunities for Social Developments in Africa | DR ARMSTRONG TAKANG, (Ph.D.) spoke on Data management and the Challenges: Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget, and National Planning | THOMAS SEGUN ILUBE, CBE spoke on AI and Cybersecurity | DAPO ADEKOLA: CTO Capgemini spoke on Data Transformation: Implications for Trade and Enterprise in Africa | MRS YEMISI ROTIMI, FCA, ACMA, CGMA spoke on Digital Learning Revolution: Challenges and Opportunities for the Accountancy Profession