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Seminar for accountants on Monday


DOHA THE Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), will hold a seminar on communication skills on Monday at the Doha Bank auditorium in West Bay.

Doha Bank Group CEO R Seetharaman will deliver the valedictory address. The seminar which will feature four speakers.

Sonny Varghese, head of finance & administration at Qatar Aeronautical College will speak on ‘Importance of Leadership Skills for Finance Professionals’ while Rammohan Rai, learning & development coordinator at Qapco will speak on ‘Language, Voice & Vocabulary’.

Kurian Kuriakose, managing partner of Morison Menon will give a presentation on ‘Speech Organisation’ with Rajeswar Sundaresan, group internal audit manager at Teyseer Group, speaking on ‘Business Presentation/ Business Report Writing”.

ICAI Doha Chapter Chairman Venkat Ramamurthy said, “The finance professional of today is mutating into a financial and strategic manager and accordingly, the skills most in demand are management skills focused upon advising and leading business development.

“The content of this seminar therefore is very relevant to our members and will share the secrets of effective communication that leaders use to take a vision and turn it into a reality.”

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