"According to our records, this company or this person is not a CPP, so they cannot sign off [NFP's account audit]" - Nouzab Fareed; The same could be levelled at Fareed. How did he become FIA President or speaks on FIA's behalf when he is not listed as member in FIA's MEMBERS LIST? Or are there two rules - one for the accountant who audited NFP accounts and another for Fiji Institute of Accountants president Fareed?
Last year Fijileaks approached him to explain the discrepancies in his CV but decided not to proceed with the story. And now he is not even listed as a MEMBER in the FIA's Current Register. If so, how come he was chosen as the new FIA President and was Vice-President, 2014-2015!
Fiji Leaks <email@example.com>
Greetings and Bula.
Since we published your CV, many readers have posted comments wanting clarifications.
We have not published the comments for we felt it would be better and fair if we first clarified with you.
In your interview with the Australian Institute of Directors you state that you dropped out of high school and started as a computer instructor.
Q: What year did you drop out of high school?
In your work experience section on Linkedin, you state the following:
(1) Director - Business Development, Mercantile Merchant Bank Ltd
(2) Head of Research, Allied Philip Securities Ltd
You state you obtained your MBA from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura
Q: If you were studying for your MBA from 1993-1997, how come you list you were employed during the same years by Allied Philip (1993-1995) and also with Mercantile Merchant (1996-2000)?
In the same interview with AID you state you obtained a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Arts in International Economics.
Q: When did you obtain the two Masters qualifications?
Q: And from what Institution or University?
According to the University of Jayewardenepura, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a two year full-time postgraduate degree program of the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce offered through the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
But in your CV you state you studied for your MBA from 1993-1997 (FOUR YEARS).
Eligibility to apply for admission to the MBA Degree programs is determined according to the following criteria:
1. One of the following qualifications:
a. A Bachelor’s Degree, with at least a second class (upper division) pass, in business/public administration/commerce/management studies from a recognized university.
b. A Bachelor’s Degree with a good Grade Point Average (GPA) from a recognized university and at least three years’ experience in a managerial capacity, or teaching or research experience relevant to the program of study, at an organization acceptable to the Institute.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Thanking you in advance