Thursday, 29th January 2015

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THE Government Association of Certified Public Accountants (GACPA)-Iloilo Chapter headed by chapter president Sandra C. Bionat of the Iloilo provincial government will hold “technical session on cash accountability and enriching emotional quotient” August 18-19 at Hotel del Rio, Iloilo City.

The theme for this year’s technical session is “Enhancing a Culture of Integrity, Accountability and Transparency”.

There will be five technical sessions during this two-day activity consisting. “Central Bank: New Generation Currencies and Fraud Detection” will have Deputy Director Job T. Nepomuceno of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas-Iloilo Resource Speaker.

The second topic is on “Land Bank: Issues and Concerns of Depository Bank” to be discussed by Assistant Manager July S. Paccial of the Land Bank of the Philippines-Plaza Libertad Branch, Iloilo City.

Both topics will be tackled in the morning of August 18, 2011.

This will be followed in the afternoon by “COA: Cash Custodianship” with Atty. Gileo Alojado, chief of Legal Adjudication, Commission on Audit-6.

In the morning of the next day, August 19, the fourth technical Session will be on “Relevant Laws and Legal Remedies”, to be delivered by Atty. Sharon Millan of the Jalbuna and Cataluña Law Office.

The fifth session is on “Enriching Your Emotional Quotient,” to be shared by Ms. Katherine B. Lima, area manager of Community Care-Panay of PLDT/SMART.

The occasion will also be coupled with an induction ceremony with Lourdes M. Castillo, GACPA National President as inducting officer and guest of honor.

To be inducted to office are: president Sandra C. Bionat (2nd term); executive vice-president Wilfredo S. Semolava; VP for internal affairs Ma. Teresa H. Prodigo; VP for external affairs Aunscion D. Grecia; secretary Ms. Arme A. Deaño; assistant secretary Andre L. Ladigohon; treasurer Mabeth M. Gellada; assistant treasurer Mariel Dave M. Gallego; auditor Nilo C. Castigador; PRO Michelle P. Fuentes; and business manager Carlo Angelo R. Alcayaga.

The directors in-charge of the provinces: Noel S. Failanza (Aklan), Rosalie C. Quicoy (Antique), Racel A. Cabantud (Capiz), Conrado G. Sorongon Jr. (Guimaras and Iloilo) Anna Lydette M. Rirado (ex-officio member).

The liaison officers include Rizalde P. Dizon (Aklan), Marilyn Macavinta (Antique), Marilou Sumcad (Capiz) and Amy Grace Otañes (Guimaras/Iloilo).

The committee heads are Rex Velarde (ways and means), Chloe G. Cerbas (Comelec), Jessica M. Genzola (CPE and membership), Francisca S. Bejare (scholarship) and Jane Louie Capatar (ANC).

The board of advisers for 2011 is composed of Evelyn S. Marañon, Yvonne L. Lauron, Nilo C. Castigador, Atty. Anna Lydette M. Girado, Robert B. Pison, Melba S. Cabahug, Editha S. Dela Cruz, Maria Gleda E. Lim and Aurora F. Solomia.

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