ORGANISATION BACKGROUND AND CULTURE

The Association of Accountancy Bodies in West Africa (ABWA) inauguration in 1982 is the regional organization for the Accountancy Profession in West Africa. Registered as a body corporate 1994, in Nigeria its corporate head quarters is located in Abuja. It is a non-profit making, non-governmental regional association and is one of the six acknowledged accountancy groupings recognized by international federation of accountants (IFAC)

VISION

MISSION

1. Ordre des Experts Comptables et Comptables Agree du Benin (OECCA Benin)

2. Ordre National Des Experts Comptables et Comptables Agrees du Burkina Faso (ONECCA-BF)

3. Ordre National Des Experts Comptables du Cameroun (ONECCA-CAM)

4. Ordre des Experts Comptables et comptables Agrees de cote d’Ivoire(OECCA-C)

5. The Gambian Association of Accountants(GAA)

6. The Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana(ICAG)

7. Ordre des experts Comptables Agrees de Guinea (OECAG)

8. Ordem Nacional Dos Technicos Official de Contas Da Guinea Bissau(ORDEM)

9. The Liberian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (LICPA)

10. Ordre National Des Experts Comptables et comptables Agrees du Mali(ONECCA-M)

11. Ordre des Experts Comptables du Niger (ONECCA-N)

12. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN)

13. Ordre National des Experts Comptables et Comptables Agrees du Senegal(ONECCA-Sen)

14. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sierra Leone (ICASL)

15. Ordre National des Experts Comp tables et Comp tables Agrees du Togo(ONECCA -Togo)

16. The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN)

The under listed establishments by ABWA enjoy the status of observer/Affiliate

The main thrust of ABWA Strategic Plan for 2011-2014 are:

GOVERNANCE