The ICMAB president apprised the FRC chairman about the role of cost and management accountants in enterprise management, cost control, decision making and performance evaluation of business and industrial sectors
A delegation of the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of (Bangladesh) ICMAB, led by its President Md Jasim Uddin Akond, met Financial Reporting Council, Bangladesh (FRC) Chairman Prof Dr Md Hamid Ullah Bhuiyan at his office in the capital on Thursday.
The ICMAB president apprised the FRC chairman about the role of cost and management accountants in enterprise management, cost control, decision making and performance evaluation of business and industrial sectors, said a press release.
Besides holding discussions on the matters of mutual professional interest, the ICMAB president also explained about the benefit of cost audit and its different aspects.
He also pointed out that it helps improve performance and production efficiencies by detecting deviations from standards, and reasons of visible and invisible losses, efficiencies and wastages.
Jashim also stressed the need for implementing cost audit in different sectors, in accordance with the decision of the government published through gazette notification.
The FRC chairman gave emphasis on implementation of Cost Audit in all listed companies and government owned enterprise in order to ensure transparency and cost efficiencies.
He also informed that FRC and ICMAB will work together to achieve its objectives. Hamid sought support of ICMAB to make the sick industries profitable.
ICMAB Past President and Vice President of South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA) AKM Delwer Hussain, Treasurer Md Ali Haider Chowdhury and Executive Director Md Mahbub Ul Alam were present, among others, in the meeting.