AAT Sri Lanka holds Convocation | Daily News

AAT Sri Lanka holds Convocation

Highlights of the convocation
Highlights of the convocation

The Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka (AAT Sri Lanka) held its 30th Annual Convocation on November 29, at the Main Conference and Concert Hall of the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) on the theme “Dream Big Act Smart”.

Commercial Bank PLC Chairman Prof. A. K. W. Jayawardane graced the event as the Chief Guest while CA Sri Lanka President Sanjaya Bandara participated as the Guest of Honour.

The convocation was for seven hundred and seventy four members who have enrolled into their respective membership categories in the year 2022. Six hundred and ninty four AAT Passed Finalists were awarded with AAT membership marking the highest ever number of AAT Passed Finalists being converted as members (MAAT ) in a single year.

Among the total number of seven hundred and thirty nine MAAT recipients were forty five direct applicants who were also inducted in to AAT membership. AAT member fraternity was also enriched by the enrolment/upgrading of seventeen Senior Members (SAT) and eighteen Fellow Members (FMAAT) in the year 2022.

AAT Members have completed a comprehensive curriculum to achieve the essential technical knowledge, obtained required professional experience in accounting and finance, and gained leadership, communication skills and competencies to work locally and globally. AAT Members’ contribution is spectacular especially in the SME sector which is fast growing and imperative in today’s volatile business context.

AAT caters to its Members through the CPD – Continuing Professional Development scheme by organizing many seminars, workshops, conferences and other programs which are crucial to make them remain relevant in the industry and continually upgrade themselves. 

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