Islamabad: Chairman Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan Mr. Hameed Ullah Jan Afridi has said that our present and up-coming youth has huge potential and abilities to explore ways and means of progress and prosperity in all sectors of the country.
However it is need of time to provide them modern education and skill development opportunities. He expressed these views while talking with a delegation of Institute of Forensic Accountants of Pakistan (IFAP), headed by Mr. Tahir Iqbal Vice President of IFAP here today.
Hameed Ullah Jan Afridi was of the view that IPO-Pakistan is taking all possible initiatives to bring all sectors of the economy under one umbrella to protect their property rights by registration and businessmen are being encouraged to increase their investments to generate economic activities in Pakistan.
He pointed out that although menace of burgeoning piracy and counterfeiting are major challenges of present time however, strategic framework is under consideration to overcome such crisis. Collective efforts are needed to bring our country on the path of progress and development, he added.
The Chairman lauded the role of IFAP, Professional Accounting Institute/Body providing education and training in the fields of Forensic Accounting, Forensic Auditing, Forensic Investigation, Fraud Examination, Money Laundering, Corporate Governance, Financial Reporting and its allied areas/subjects.
The Vice President of IFAP Mr. Tahir Iqbal appreciated the role of IPO-Pakistan and shared different ideas and proposals to enhance mutual collaboration among both organizations. While briefing about IFAP, he said that The Institute of Forensic Accountants of Pakistan (IFAP) is a unique Pakistani venture to meet the global challenges of growing menace of frauds and white-collar crimes in business establishments.
Earlier, V.P of IFAP offered the Chairman for fellowship and executive council membership of IFAP which he accepted and ensured all possible cooperation.
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