KARACHI: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) inaugurated its satellite office in Gujranwala on Wednesday. President ICAP Naeem Akhtar Sheikh inaugurated the newly developed office of CA PAKISTAN.
The Institute decided to exploit this area of opportunity solely for the privilege of our valued members, students and the profession of chartered accountancy adding to the existing network of 7000 members and 20,000 registered students.
A deliberate effort was made for the placement of ICAP Gujranwala office at an entrepreneurial and an active locale, the Gujranwala Business Centre opposite Chamber of Commerce. The aim behind the extension of legacy is “to support the creation or upgrading of facilities that are physically accessible, well illuminated, is responsive to the changing programs of educational delivery.”
But the significance of this occasion extends beyond the establishment and opening of the office. The aspirations of the ICAP Gujranwala office, for what this extension will achieve for its faculty and staff and above all for its students and members in the years ahead is perhaps the most important dimension.
The procession was held under the honorary attendance of key ICAP officials, regional industrialists, our council members, media and other native executives.