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The ethical principles and values applied by an individual to decision-making, conduct and interaction between oneself and others.
The ethical principles and values applied by the organisation to decision-making, conduct and the relationship between the organisation, its stakeholders and society.
The fundamental ethical principles and values applied by a professional CA to decision-making, conduct and the relationship between the professional, its stakeholders and society.
Professional values and attitudes
Taking the initiative to develop one's own skills, knowledge, interpersonal relationships and work experience.
The approach of rapidly assessing information, making adjustments and thriving in difficult situations.
The tendency to be curious, ask questions and do research to gain new insights and knowledge.
The personal approach of valuing, being responsive and tolerant towards cultural diversity and individual differences and seeking opportunities to have a positive impact
on one's local community and environment.
The recognition of an organisation’s social, cultural and environmental responsibilities to the community in which it seeks its licence to operate and the economic and financial responsibilities
to its shareholders or stakeholders.
The ability to demonstrate professional behaviour, have a positive impact on one's profession and a commitment to serve public interest.
Enabling and Future Competencies
Planning and Organising
Business internal environment
Business external environment
The ability to organise, apply time management, file and plan work effectively according to strict deadlines.
The factors within an organisation that influence its decisions.
All the outside factors that impact the operation of an organisation.
The knowledge and diligence required to protect computer systems and data from theft or damage.
The science of analysing raw data to draw conclusions from information upon which decisions can be made.
The organising, maintenance and storage of data using database management systems software.
The orientation to use technology and digital media to optimise the performance of tasks and communication.
The knowledge and ability to use existing cognitive and non-cognitive computing systems.
The knowledge and ability to adapt to new technological developments.
The orientation to use social media for improve communication and social interactions.
Teamwork / People skills
The ability to effectively exchange information in conversations or by using written or audio communication channels, driven by good linguistic skills.
The ability to maintain emotions and act appropriately at work.
The ability to manage stress in front of clients and co-workers.
The ability to remain focused on using rational thinking despite emotional stress over long periods of time.
The ability to establish and share a clear vision, providing directions and motivation to help others follow plans, balancing conflicts of interests, being an example and remaining creative
and decisive under pressure.
The organisation and coordination of colleagues and their activities to achieve the goals of an organisation.
The ability to establish and maintain positive interpersonal relationships characterised by sensitivity, support, respect and constructive resolution of differences or conflict.
Managing and taking responsibility for one's own actions and emotions.
Ability to value the contributions of other team members, achieve shared goals and to capitalise on ways to optimise team strengths.
Business Processes Implementation
Review, Analyse and Monitor
Risk and Asset Management
Design and Innovate
External Financial Decision-making
Laws and regulations
Audits of Historical Financial Statements
Business System Applications
The organising, monitoring, controlling and directing of how monetary resources of an organisation should be used and reported on.
The planning, methods and coordination of effort involved in achieving a desired business objective.
The framework of rules, procedures and contracts by which an organisation maintains transparency, accountability and fairness in its relationships with employees and stakeholders.
The process of minimising tax liability through the use of legal allowances, deductions and exemptions.
The execution of a series of logically related tasks to produce a desired set of results.
Managing the ability to cope with, manage and flourish in a changing environment.
The re-examination of past information, systematic evaluation of data to establish cause and effect relationships, and the repeated measurement and control of parameters to assess whether a critical point is under control.
A framework according to which critical financial and audit information will be reported.
The process of identifying, analysing and assessing risk and deciding how to control, avoid, minimise or eliminate unacceptable risks and the administration of investable assets, aimed at achieving an optimum risk to reward ratio.
The description of a concept followed by a process of translating the concept into goods or services that will add value to an organisation or clients.
The performance measures, descriptors and declarations that are in place to guide decision-making by management and other internal users of financial information.
The decisions related to how, when, where and how much capital will be invested in opportunities, based on the potential risk and reward.
The coordination of decisions that have to be made despite incomplete information, unknown factors or unpredicted events.
The execution of plans, control mechanisms, monitoring and review of activities to successfully complete a project.
The activation of the economic or productive activities required to achieve desired outcome.
The process of maintaining constructive relationships with individuals, groups or organisations that has an interest or concern in your organisation.
The ability to make effective short term decisions in the absence of prescriptive long term strategies.
The ability to provide support, feedback and guidance to help individuals complete their tasks successfully.
The performance measures, descriptors and declarations that are in place for investors, creditors and other external users of financial information.
The framework of rules and procedures by which an organisation maintains its tax compliance.
Ability to apply knowledge about an industry to identify an organisation’s compliance with legal and regulatory obligations.
The ability to attend to detail and produce work that is accurate and of a high standard.
The expression of a conclusion designed to enhance the degree of confidence of the intended users other than the responsible party about the outcome of the evaluation or measurement of a subject matter against criteria.
The process of enhancing the degree of confidence in financial statements by the expression of an opinion by the auditor on whether the financial statements are prepared, in all material aspects, in accordance with an applicable financial reporting framework.
The methodical procedures or processes built into applications that is used to deliver goods or services to clients.