25 Aug 2016 to 25 Aug 2016
07:45 AM to 05:30 PM
25 Aug 2016 to 25 Aug 2016
07:45 AM to 05:30 PM
Financial Reporting: Meeting Investors’ Needs, Strengthening Market ConfidenceRegister Now! FAQs
To sustain our competitiveness in this new global economy, we must maintain efficient and vibrant capital markets and ensure reliable and high quality financial reporting. This is crucial for investors who are the end users of financial statements. But do we really know what investors need from financial statements? What do audit committees, company’s management, financial statements preparers and auditors need to do to maintain the strength of financial reporting in Singapore?
This is the focus of this year’s Singapore Accountancy Convention. For the first time, the national accountancy body, the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) are coming together to jointly organise this event, which incorporates ACRA’s annual Public Accountants Conference. Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 offers leading accounting professionals, business leaders and directors, the opportunity to glean crucial insights and discuss key issues impacting the accounting landscape in Singapore.
Use Exit D to leave the Bayfront MRT Station and enter MBS. Take the escalators from Basement 2 to the Concierge on Level 1 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center. From there, take the escalators to the ballrooms on Level 4.
Bus Stop: Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands MICE, (B03511)
Services: 97/97E, 106,133/133M.
Alight at the bus stop immediately in front of the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, and proceed towards the Concierge on Level 1 before taking the escalators up to the ballrooms on Level 4.
Cars may enter via Bayfront Link to the South Car Park. Take the lift to Level 1 and take a 3-minute walk towards the Sands Expo and Convention Center. From the Concierge at Level 1, take the escalators up to the ballrooms on Level 4.
For more details on parking locations and rates, visit Marina Bay Sands' website.
For Conference Participants who park at MBS, a limited number of complimentary parking coupons will be provided. The coupons will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis to participants who request for them at the registration desk as they register to attend the conference. Participants who are not able to obtain any of the complimentary parking coupons can purchase coupons at the special rate of S$8.00 per day, from the Business Centre (Level 3).
|7:45 am||Registration and Welcome Tea|
|9:00 am||Welcome Address
Mr Gerard Ee, President, ISCA
|9:10 am||Keynote Address
Ms Indranee Rajah, Senior Minister of State for Finance and Law
Bridging the Expectation Gap in Financial Reporting: Into the Minds of Investors
Investors help drive a vibrant capital market and they use financial information to make investment decisions. This session will share the perspectives of both institutional and retail investors on their views about the importance of reliable financial information and which aspects of financial reporting can be improved.
|10:05 am||Tea Break and Networking|
Addressing the Needs of Investors Through Effective Financial Reporting and Auditor Communication
Key Trends and Observations from ACRA’s Practice Monitoring Programme
ACRA will highlight key issues and trends observed through its Practice Monitoring Programme.
|12:15 pm||Networking Lunch|
Enhanced Auditor Reporting: An Early Adopter’s Experience
Leases: Preparing for the Changes Ahead
The Accounting Standards Council issued the new leases standard FRS 116 in June 2016 to replace the existing FRS 17. This presentation plans to highlight the key changes in this standard. The panel discussion draws on results from an ISCA-NTU study focusing on organisational readiness, challenges in implementation and the expected changes in business trends and behaviours as a result of this standard, and also discusses which industries are most affected and what should preparers and auditors do to get ready for the transition.
|3:15 pm||Tea Break and Networking|
Upholding Integrity and Independence: Developments on Ethics
Through this session, delegates will learn about the latest key international developments in ethics. Topics covered include provisions on responding to non-compliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR), proposed changes to the provisions on long association between auditors and their audit clients and key aspects of anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism.
In Fair Value We Trust, or Not
There is vigorous debate about the reliability and usefulness of fair-value accounting. The issue of trust is an important one in accounting because the value of accounting lies in the trust in the disclosed numbers. To what extent do the auditors, preparers and users of fair value accounting numbers trust these numbers? The results of a recent survey will be shared.
|4:35 pm||In A New Tax Era We Progress, or Trip Over
A new era has dawned and it is here to stay. With the publication of the final package of measures of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project, governments have started to adopt and implement BEPS measures - but with different focus and at different pace. This session offers various perspectives on how companies – both big and small – could rise above these changes and stay ahead above the swells of implementation and compliance this new era brings.
|5:30 pm||End of Programme|
||Arrival of Guests
Registration, Cocktails and Networking
|Guests to be seated|
|7:15 pm||Opening Performance|
Mr Gerard Ee, President, ISCA
|Singapore Accountancy Awards|
Gautam Banerjee is a Senior Managing Director and Chairman of Blackstone Singapore.
Gautam’s non-executive corporate roles outside of Blackstone include serving as an independent director of Singapore Airlines, GIC (Singapore’s Sovereign Wealth Fund), The Indian Hotels Company and Piramal Enterprises. He also serves as a vice chairman of the Singapore Business Federation, member of the Singapore Legal Service Commission and Chairman of raiSE, the Centre for Social Enterprise in Singapore. Gautam’s other roles in the “not for profit sector” include being a term trustee of SINDA and a member of the governing Board of Yale NUS College.
Previously, Gautam served as Executive Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Singapore for nine years until his retirement in December 2012. He spent over 30 years with the firm in various leadership roles in Singapore, India and East Asia. His previous non-executive appointments have included serving as a member of the Economic Development Board and the National Heritage Board.
Gautam is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and the Singapore Institute of Directors. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from Warwick University in 1977 and was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws (LLD) by the same University in 2014.
Gautam was a Nominated Member of Parliament in Singapore from 2007 to 2009 and a member of the Singapore Economic Strategies Committee (2009/2010). He was awarded the Public Service Medal by the Singapore Government in 2014.
Audit Leader, Singapore Regional Managing Partner, Assurance & Advisory Services Southeast Asia
Shariq has more than 25 years of experience in public accounting in the United Kingdom and Singapore. He has extensive experience in the audits of multinationals and local companies in various industries, as well as due diligence and public listings of equities and commercial paper.
Shariq acts as audit partner for entities in the pharmaceutical, trading and distribution, manufacturing, oil and gas, shipping and telecommunications sectors.
Shariq regularly provides his views on topical accounting and auditing issues to the media and professional publications. He is a regular speaker and delivers presentations at conferences and events on Accounting and Auditing Standards.
He is actively involved within the accounting profession in Singapore: he is the Chairman of the Auditing and Assurance Standards Committee of the Singapore Institute of Chartered Accountants (ISCA) and a member of the Financial Reporting Committee of ISCA. He also chairs ISCA’s working groups on FRS 115 Revenue from Contracts with Customers and the sub-committee on Enhanced Auditor’s Report.
Director, Head of BlackRock Investment Stewardship for APAC
Pru Bennett, Director, is Head of BlackRock's Investment Stewardship team, for the Asia Pacific Region based in Hong Kong. In this role, Pru is responsible for leading BlackRock’s stewardship efforts covering engagement and voting in Asia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand on behalf of BlackRock’s clients globally and integration of extra financial issues in the investment process.
Pru is an active participant in the public corporate governance, stewardship and responsible investment debate and as such regularly speaks on the importance of these issues for company performance and investment decisions. Pru represents BlackRock on a number of industry and regulatory bodies including the Australian Financial Services Council’s ESG Working Group and Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission’s Public Shareholder Group. In 2013 Pru was named as one of Australia’s top 10 Women of Influence in Corporate Governance.
Pru joined BlackRock in August 2010. Prior to joining BlackRock Pru was head of Corporate Governance at institutional advisor Regnan Governance and Research. From 1998, Pru was a director of Australian proxy advisor Corporate Governance International, which was acquired by Glass Lewis & Co in 2006 and is now known as CGI Glass Lewis. Prior to working in the area of corporate governance Pru was Investor Relations Manager for Qantas Airways Limited.
Pru has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales and is a member of the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants
Cheung Pui Yuen
Pui Yuen is a member of the Singapore Accounting Standards Council, the independent national accounting standard setter appointed by the Minister for Finance under the Accounting Standards Act for companies, charities, co-operative societies and societies.
Pui Yuen is also the Deputy Managing Partner for Operations with Deloitte & Touche LLP, Singapore. Pui Yuen has substantial experience in serving both multinational corporations and local companies in a wide range of industries. In addition to audit engagements, Pui Yuen has been involved in assisting companies planning on listing on the Singapore Exchange and in undertaking due diligence assignments.
Pui Yuen has held various appointments within Deloitte, including Board member of Deloitte Southeast Asia, Audit Regional Managing Partner, Chairman of the Governance Committee, member of the Management Committee, Head of Audit and Head of Transaction Services. He served as a member of ACRA’s Complaints and Disciplinary Panel, Working Group of the Steering Committee for the Review of the Companies Act, CPE and Accreditation Sub-committee; and is currently on the Audit Committee of the Singapore Academy of Law; ISCA’s Board of Education and Examiners; CPA Australia’s Corporate-SME committee; and Complaints Committee of the Singapore Medical Council.
Pui Yuen graduated from the National University of Singapore with an honours degree in Accountancy and holds a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge, England. He is a practising member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and CPA Australia.
Chiang Joon Arn
Managing Partner - Asia Pacific Financial Accounting Advisory Services
Chiang Joon-Arn (J.A.) is based in Singapore and is EY’s Asia-Pacific Financial Accounting Advisory Services (FAAS) Leader. The FAAS practice comprises of professionals who serve as advisors, both practical and innovative, helping clients address accounting and financial reporting challenges.
J.A.’s extensive experience includes providing accounting advisory services to international and local entities, which include GAAP conversions, accounting for complex transactions in various sectors, tax restructurings and arbitrations between disputing companies. J.A. features regularly at seminars, trainings and has been invited to speak at conferences organized by accounting bodies, relating to Singapore FRS, IFRS and U.S. GAAP.
J.A. is also an audit partner for companies listed on the NYSE and NASDAQ.
Prior to his current role, he was the Singapore Capital Markets Leader and has wide experience with SEC Rule 144A and Regulation S transactions. J.A. was also the local EY focal point for negotiations and discussions with investment banks and attorneys and was also part of the Asia-Pacific Area’s US GAAP and IFRS technical consultation process which interfaced with EY’s global policy setters.
During his technical residency with the EY New York Capital Market Center, J.A. was part of the US National Office, reviewing US Securities and Exchange filings by Foreign Private Issuers to ensure US GAAP, US and PCAOB GAAS and SEC compliance.
As EY’s Asia-Pacific FAAS leader, J.A. sees the urgent need to be a catalyst for change to create a holistic client experience, helping businesses work better by helping their finance organizations to work better.
Chow Wai Yee
Assistant Commissioner, Tax Policy and International Tax Division
Ms Chow Wai Yee is the Assistant Commissioner - Tax Policy and International Tax Division of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore. In her current role, she leads a team of officers in tax policy formulation and advises MOF on income tax matters. As one of the Competent Authorities of Singapore, Wai Yee is also responsible for the negotiation of tax treaties and transfer pricing agreements with foreign tax authorities.
Chung-Sim Siew Moon
Partner and Head of Tax
Chung-Sim Siew Moon is Head of the tax practice at Ernst and Young Solutions LLP. With over 30 years of experience, she has served multinationals and local clients and worked closely with various government authorities and regulators on tax matters.
Siew Moon provides tax compliance, controversy and advisory services to her clients. She advises her clients on structuring, cross-border, as well as mergers and acquisitions transactions. She also assists her clients in negotiating and applying tax incentives, as well as applying for advanced tax rulings, tax clarifications and remissions. Increasingly, with the change in the global tax landscape, she has been active in advising her clients on tax risk management and international tax developments and its implications on their businesses.
Siew Moon graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Accountancy (First Class Honours) degree.
She is a Fellow Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and an Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax and GST) of the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals.
Kok Moi Lre
Moi Lre has over 20 years of professional experience in auditing. She is currently a partner in PwC Singapore Assurance practice, serving clients primarily in the real estate and transportation sectors. Moi Lre is PwC Singapore's lead Accounting Technical Partner and accredited by PwC Global to advise on IFRS since 2007. As the current Chairperson of the Financial Statements Review Committee of ISCA, she plays a leading role in ISCA's colloboration with ACRA on ACRA's Financial Reporting Surveillance Programme.
Kwan Chang Yew
Head of Tax, Group Tax
Currently the Senior Vice President and Head of Group Tax at DBS, Kwan Chang Yew is responsible for driving the Group’s tax policies, managing tax risks and overseeing the day-to-day operational controls over tax compliance.
Prior to this, Chang Yew has held various tax roles in the banking sector. The foundation of his wide repertoire of tax experience started with a decade’s service in tax administration and policy work at both the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore and the Monetary Authority of Singapore, in addition to the tax advisory services he provided in an international accounting firm.
An Accredited Tax Advisor in Income Tax, Chang Yew is also a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Audit Committee Chairman, Singapore Exchange Ltd
Mr Kwok is an Independent Director and the Audit Committee Chairman of the Singapore Exchange Ltd and he is also the Chairman of the Accounting Standards Council.
He was a Senior Partner of Ernst & Young LLP in Singapore and headed the Assurance Services in Singapore and ASEAN. He retired in 2012 recently after 35 years with the firm.
Mr Kwok graduated from the University of Sheffield (United Kingdom) with a Bachelor of Arts degree (Second Class Upper Honours, with dual honours in Economics and Accounting & Financial Management) in 1977.
He is a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Chartered Accountants. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young in London and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales.
Mr Kwok was a member of the Audit Committee Guidance Committee. He is also a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Directors as well as a Governing Council Member.
Kwok Wui San
Chairman, Ethics Committee
Wui San is the Chairman of the Ethics Committee (“EC”) of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants ("ISCA"). The EC aims to enhance public trust and confidence in the accounting profession in Singapore. Besides adapting and adopting international code of ethics into the ISCA Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics, the EC also aims to provide guidance, and support to help address ethical issues faced by professional accountants.
Wui San is a Partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP ("PwC"). He is the firm's Regulatory Advisory Leader. Wui San was the former Deputy Chairman of the International Ethic Standards Board for Accountants, which promulgates international standards on ethics for global accountants.
Lim Chu Yeong
Lim Chu Yeong is an Associate Professor at the Singapore Institute of Technology where he teaches Advanced Company Accounting and Corporate Reporting courses. He has taught Advanced Financial Accounting, Intermediate Financial Accounting and Valuation courses at the undergraduate level and Financial Statement Analysis at postgraduate level, at the Singapore Management University, School of Accountancy. He has 15 years of industry experience in treasury, financial accounting and management accounting positions primarily within the financial sector. His finance and accounting experience span major companies including Credit Suisse, Citibank, Shell, Standard Chartered Bank, the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) and the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS). His latest position prior to joining SMU was Vice President at Credit Suisse. He holds a PhD from Manchester Business School, a MBA from the University of Warwick and is a CA Singapore. He has served on the Financial Reporting Committee of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants. He has published in reputable journals including the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
Mak Yuen Teen
Prof Mak Yuen Teen holds first class honours and master degrees in accounting and finance and a doctorate degree in accounting, and is a fellow of CPA Australia.
He served on committees that developed and revised the Code of Corporate Governance for listed companies in Singapore. He chaired the subcommittees that developed and refined the code of governance for charities in Singapore. Prof Mak is a member of the audit advisory committee of UN Women, based in New York.
In recognition of his contributions to improving corporate governance in Singapore, Prof Mak received the Singapore Corporate Governance Excellence Award from the Securities Investors Association (Singapore) in 2014. He also received the Excellence in Corporate Governance Award from the Minority Shareholders Watchdog Group in Malaysia in 2015, for his contributions to improving corporate governance in the region.
Chairman, Global Public Policy Committee
Much of her time is spend debating the issues facing the accounting profession and the wider capital markets community with those who are stakeholders in the system, including policy makers, politicians, clients, investors and regulators. This includes dialogue across the largest 6 accounting networks through the Global Public Policy Committee, where Jan is chairman.
Within the PwC Network, she provides leadership on regulatory and professional matters to national and global leadership teams, sharing knoweldge and insight on regulatory and related developments.
Global Regulatory Leader
Bill leads the Global Regulatory Group of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited. Prior to assuming this role in 2015, Bill served as the National Managing Partner – Quality (the Chief Quality Officer - Audit) of Deloitte & Touche LLP (U.S). In that role Bill was responsible for leading audit quality continuous improvement activities. Bill also served on the Strategic Leadership Team, the Executive Committee and is a member of the Board of Deloitte & Touche LLP. Bill also is a founding member of the DTTL Audit Quality Board and currently serves as its Chair.
Prior to serving as the U.S. Chief Quality Officer, Bill was the Managing Partner – Professional Practice in the U.S. He has also served in many other roles in the U.S. national office including serving as a partner in the SEC Services Group, the national director of independence, the deputy national director of accounting services, and the national director of accounting and reporting consultation.
Bill remains engaged in client service, serving as advisory partner on Union Pacific and Scientific Games.
Bill actively supports the university relations activities of the Deloitte Foundation. He has served as a discussion leader annually for the past decade and as a judge at the national student case competition. In recognition of his many contributions to higher education, Bill received the Federation of Schools of Accountancy’s 2010 Practitioner Service Award. A graduate of Quinnipiac University, Bill serves on the Board of Trustees and is chairman of the President’s Advisory Board.
Quek Siew Eng
Chief Inspector and Director, Practice Monitoring Department
Ms Quek Siew Eng is the Director of the Practice Monitoring Department (PMD) in the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (ACRA).
The Practice Monitoring Department (PMD) supports ACRA in its strategic objective of promoting high quality audit and corporate financial reporting through the administration of the Practice Monitoring Programme, which includes performing practice reviews of audits carried out by public accountants in Singapore. PMD also supports ACRA’s regulatory efforts in monitoring events and trends in the local and international marketplace and carries out other regulatory activities on the work and independence of public accountants when required.
Prior to joining ACRA, Siew Eng spent more than 10 years in a Big-Four accounting firm serving audit and advisory clients across various industries.
Siew Eng holds a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree from the Nanyang Technological University. She is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
A member of the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professional's (SIATP) SME Tax Sub-Committee, Siva has close to 20 years of experience in tax compliance and tax consultancy work.
As the executive director and head of tax at Crowe Horwath Singapore, Siva has advised individuals, local corporations, listed companies, multinationals and financial institutions on corporate, individual and indirect tax issues. His in-depth experience in tax advisory includes advising on appropriate holding company structures, tax implications of employee mobility, mergers & acquisitions and transfer pricing issues for multinational companies based in Singapore for their outbound investments into the Asia Pacific region. Siva also assists in the formulation and implementation of global tax strategies as a member of Crowe Horwath International Tax Committee.
A familiar name in the conference scene, Siva is a much sought after speaker at numerous seminars and workshops for tax and finance professionals in areas such as withholding tax, permanent establishment, interpretation of tax treaties and employee taxation.
Siva is also actively involved in an array of tax literature on Singapore taxation. He is the consultant author of Wolters Kluwer's Singapore Master Tax Guide Manual and the Singapore Withholding Tax Online. He is also the author of the book “Tax Essentials for HR Professionals, Singapore” published by CCH Asia.
An Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax), Siva is also a member of The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators.
Head of Corporate Governance
David Smith is Head of Corporate Governance, a role in which he supports Aberdeen’s Asian Equities and Fixed Income Teams through research and engagement. David joined Aberdeen in 2011 from ISS, where he was Head of Asia (ex-Japan) research.
David holds a PhD in corporate governance and an MA in Corporate Strategy and Governance from the University of Nottingham and a BSc in Business Economics from the University of Wales. He is a CFA® charterholder.
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Deputy Chief Executive
As Deputy Chief Executive of ACRA, Julia directs and oversees all areas of work relating to ACRA's regulation of the accountancy sector in Singapore. This includes the audit oversight of public accountants and public accounting entities as well as the oversight of financial reporting by companies.
Julia also serves as ACRA’s Chief Financial Officer, Chief Knowledge Management Officer and is responsible for driving organisation excellence initiatives in ACRA.
Prior to joining ACRA, Julia spent more than 10 years in a Big-Four accounting firm. She was also previously Group Vice-President of Corporate Finance and Treasury in a large public listed healthcare company.
Tham Sai Choy
Tham Sai Choy is the Managing Partner of KPMG in Singapore, Chairman of KPMG in the Asia Pacific, and a member of KPMG’s Global Board and Executive Committee. Previously the head of audit for KPMG Asia Pacific and KPMG Singapore, he continues to be directly involved in supporting the financial reporting and auditing needs of major Singapore companies. Sai Choy is a board member of the Singapore Accountancy Commission, the Housing Development Board, Nanyang Polytechnic, and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority, and sits on the advisory boards of the Nanyang Business School and the Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics of the Singapore Management University. Sai Choy was trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in the U.K. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (FCA), as well as of the Singapore Institute of Directors.
Mr Kenneth Yap is the Chief Executive of the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) since 1 Feb 2013. He directs and oversees the operations of ACRA which is the national regulator of business entities, public accountants and corporate service providers in Singapore. This includes the formulation of policies and consideration of law reforms related to business entities and public accountants. Concurrently, Mr Yap also performs the statutory functions of the Registrar of Companies, Businesses, Public Accountants, Limited Liability Partnerships and Limited Partnerships.
Mr Yap sits on several national councils and committees including the Accounting Standards Council of Singapore, Corporate Governance Oversight Committee; the Singapore Accountancy Commission, the National Community Leadership Institute Board and the Appeal Board of the Commission for Foreign Manpower. Internationally, he is on the board of the Executive Committee of the Corporate Registers Forum and XBRL International.
Prior to joining ACRA, Mr Yap was the Divisional Director of the Legal Services Division at the Ministry of Manpower. His other legal service postings include stints as Deputy Senior State Counsel at the Attorney-General’s Chambers and Senior Assistant Registrar and Director of Finance at the Supreme Court.
|Regular||Early Bird|| Group Registration|
(Fees Per Person)
|Package: Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 and
Singapore Accountancy Awards Dinner
|Package: Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 (Full Day)||$495.00||$472.50||$450.00|
|Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 (Morning Segment only)||$418.00||$399.00||$380.00|
|Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 (Afternoon Segment only)||$330.00||$315.00||$300.00|
|Singapore Accountancy Awards Dinner||$275.00||$262.50||$250.00|
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Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 - Full Day
|Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 - Morning Segment only||Category 3||0.50|
|Singapore Accountancy Convention 2016 - Afternoon Segment only|
A letter of attendance will be issued manually by ISCA after the Convention. ISCA members are required to enter your CPE hours for the Convention into your membership portal for audit purposes.