The ACCID invites the academicians and friends of the RAED to participate in its 5th Conference, which will be held in Vic
Alfredo Rocafort, president of the Governing Board of the Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) and Oriol Amat, president of the Catalan Association of Accounting and Management (ACCID), according to the agreement signed between both institutions, invite the academicians and friends of the RAED to participate in the 5th Conference of the ACCID, which will take place at the University of Vic on June 1. According to this agreement, signed in 2016, the academicians of the RAED are part of the ACCID as full partners, enjoying all their rights.
The objective of the conference is to discuss the most current topics in relation to regulations and best practices in accounting and control within the framework of business management. Also, the sessions will include the Annual Meeting of the Association of Accounting and Control Professors. In this way, ACCID fulfils its mission of becoming a meeting point for professionals and academics in the world of accounting and control of organizations to improve the transparency and quality of financial information.
Among the participants in this Conference are Anna Erra, mayor of Vic; Jordi Montaña, rector of the University of Vic; Joan Casas, dean of the Association of Economists of Catalonia; Antoni Gómez, president of the Association of Chartered Accountants of Catalonia; Petra Saiz, president of the Association of Secretaries, Auditors and Treasurers of the Local Administration of Catalonia; Alfonso Lluzar, president of the Official Association of Administrative Managers of Catalonia; or Antoni Serra Ramoneda, former director of the Autonomous University of Barcelona and CaixaCatalunya, among other prominent figures in politics, economics and the university.
Following the example of previous conferences and congresses, the communications presented will be considered for publication in the magazine Revista de Contabilidad y Dirección and in the magazine Intangible Capital.