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CMA Australia Hall of Fame Awards 2017

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The Institute of Certified Management Accountants, Australia held the Global Accounting Hall of Fame and Global Management Accounting Hall of Fame awards ceremony and VIP dinner amongst an exclusive gathering of eminent academics, professionals and corporate leaders. The Chief Guest at the event was Central Bank Governor Dr. Indrajit Coomaraswamy. Australian High Commissioner in Sri Lanka Bryce Hutchesson graced the event as the special Guest of Honour. Global President of CMA Australia and Professor of Accounting at RMIT University, Prof. Brendan O’Connell and CEO of ICMA Australia and Monash University former Chair of Business Accounting Prof. Janek Ratnatunga, along with regional directors from around the world were also present at the event. The ICMA Australia Global Hall of Fame is intended to honour professionals and academics in recognition of the distinguished service contributions to the progress of accounting and management accounting in their respective countries 

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