Starts at 28 April
Shipping plays a central part in the global economy, and its well-documented history gives maritime economists a unique perspective on the way the industry’s economic mechanisms have evolved. The seminar aims to introduce the shipping industry as well as to present and examine the accounting and finance function of a shipowning/shipmanagement Company. It will equip participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards and their implication on the shipping company’s financial position and performance.
The seminar will be delivered exclusively online by fully tutored live learning.Once your registration is completed, you will receive an email with all the information and the link for the webinars. For your participation no special equipment is needed except α microphone.
Ship-owners, CEO/COO/CFO, finance/accounting directors, managers and supervisors, financial analysts, auditors, bank executives, accountants and assistants, all related finance/accounting/maritime executives, associates, graduates and students
Mr. Paraskevas Kousounadis is a Chartered Certified Accountant with extensive shipping experience in accounting and finance. He is presently employed as a Deputy Accounting Manager / Financial Controller by a long-established Greek ship management company. He holds a BSc (Hons) degrees in Applied Accounting, as well as in Biomedical Sciences. He is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the ACCA Greek Advisory Committee, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Greece, the Economic Chamber of Greece and the Shipping Professional Network of London. He is also a Certified Internal Auditor ISM-ISPS-MLC for Shipping Companies by DNV-GL. He has excellent knowledge of financial and accounting procedures, as well as a thorough understanding of financial audit and internal control systems both ashore and onboard.
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