The Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) has named Jasmine Davis, Doctors Hospital Health Systems (DHHS) vice-president of patient finance, as its president for 2012-2013
The Institute also unveiled new council members at its 21st Annual General Meeting(AGM) on Wednesday, June 27, at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel.
Ms Davis said the Institute had much work ahead of it to ensure it remains compliant with international standards.
Executive members include Zelma Wilson, first vice-president; Reece Chipman, second vice-president; Darnell Osborne, secretary; Basil Ingraham, assistant secretary; Lisa Gibson-Woodside, treasurer; Brent Dean, assistant treasurer; and Lawrence Lewis.
Other Council members include Pedro Delaney, Tyrone Neely, Candice Murton, Dominic Williams, Disa Campbell, Julian Rolle and Tiffany Norris-Pilcher.
BICA is the self-regulatory body for the Bahamian accounting profession. It is committed to protecting the public interest by developing high quality standards, promoting strong ethical values and encouraging quality practice.
The Institute is committed to assisting with the provision of training and education for persons engaging in, or intending to engage in, the accounting profession. BICA is comprised of more than 500 members and 280 licensees.