“Grand Conference” in Hanoi attracts over 100 participants

The next stop on the ‘Road Show’ was Hanoi, Vietnam.

A CMA Australia ‘Grand Conference’ was held on December 14th, 2019 at the Hoa Binh Hotel in Hanoi. The event was organised by Mr. Long Phan, Regional Director of ICMA in Vietnam.

Professor Janek Ratnatunga, the CEO of ICMA who spoke on the topic, “The Silence of the Auditors: Why Audit Reports Are Untrue and Unfair”; Prof Brendan O’Connell, the President of ICMA and Professor of Accounting, RMIT University, spoke on “The Social CRM: The Wild Child of Big Data and Customer Relationship Management” and Dr Chris D’Souza, the COO (International), who spoke on the topic “Corporate Myopia in the 21st Century”.


At the event, Dr. Nguyen Thi Hong Thuy, the Dean of Accounting and Auditing Faculty, at the University of Economics and Business at the Vietnam National University was inducted to the Global Management Accounting Hall of Fame. 

There were over 100 attendees.

The picture shows Prof Janek Ratnatunga, Prof Brendan O’Connell and Dr Chris D’Souza with Mr Long Phan, ICMA Regional Director Vietnam standing in the centre