CIPC returns to the Finance Indaba 2022

CIPC will be talking about IFRS, GRAP and other mandates at their stand at the Live Finance Indaba in October.

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has joined the Finance Indaba again this year as a Gold Partner. This means the business management solutions company will be joining the line-up of partners exhibiting at the Live Finance Indaba in October.

“CIPC is delighted to participate in this year’s Finance Indaba,” says Hennie Viljoen, XBRL specialist at CIPC. “Come and talk to us about the latest developments pertaining to our XBRL programme.”

The CIPC has been a partner of the Finance Indaba Network for four years in a row.

The Finance Indaba Network is the reimagination of the namesake expo and conference, which is Africa’s biggest finance event. The network provides ongoing engagement between finance community members, and offers partners the ability to share their expertise and know-how through webinars, white papers and both online and face-to-face events.

“CIPC is leading the way in South Africa in the space of digital financial reporting,” Hennie explains. “IFRS, GRAP and the co-operatives mandate are some of the topics we are ready to discuss.”

The CIPC was created when the 2008 Companies Act came into effect in 2011. It is responsible for the registration of companies, co-operatives and intellectual property rights. It also promotes education and awareness of Company and Intellectual Property Law, and compliance with relevant legislation.