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Pihak pengurusan firma dengan kerjasama SRC akan mengadakan SALIHIN FIT RUN'17 seperti butiran yang berikut:-
Tarikh: 18 November 2017
Hari : Sabtu
Tempat : Taman Botani (KBG), FRIM Kepong
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 (Bernama) -- The Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) has appointed Salihin Abang as President and Datuk Narendra Kumar Jasani as Vice-President, effective today.
"Salihin Abang succeeded Datuk Mohammad Faiz Azmi, whose term ended on July 26, 2017, while Narendra succeeded Datuk Zaiton Mohd Hassan, whose term ended on July 15, 2017," said MIA in a statement today.
Salihin, who is the Founder and Managing Partner of SALIHIN, was elected as MIA Council member on Sept 19, 2015.
He is also the president of the Malaysian Accounting Firms Association, a member of the Association of Malay Chartered Accountants Firms committee, a member of Malaysian Association of Tax Accountants, a fellow member of Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia and an associate member of Certified Practicing Accountant (Australia).
Salihin received his Bachelor of Accounting from International Islamic University Malaysia in 1997 and obtained his Masters of Science in Accounting from the same university in 2008.
Bersediakah anda untuk cabaran ekonomi 2017 ?
kredit : Cabaran ekonomi 2017
Risk within an enterprise can come from various sources. By implementing an enterprise risk management (ERM) framework, organization can reduce the likelihood of unexpected disruptive business events in their environment. By focusing resources on critical areas of your operations, we at SALIHIN will help you to identify control deficiencies and other threats to your business goals and remediate the problems.
Risk Management Process
Our offering covers:
The sphere of economy has been characterised by capitalism where the soul aim of business is“business”.
The feature of this phase of economy as be the of use of labour has machinery, little or no consideration for immediate environment as business believe that the only responsibility it has is to pay taxes and government is responsible with the “rest”. Hence, the financial reports are prepared based on a set of guidelines and rules (GAAP) to showcase the financial performance and return to the owners.
Growing by the understanding that corporate organisations are responsible to wide range of stakeholders, especially the general public, the concept of sustainability was coined. As defined by the World Commission on Environment and Development (1992), it is “a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." In essence sustainable development is about five key principles: quality of life; fairness and equity; participation and partnership; care for our environment and respect for ecological constraints - recognising there are 'environmental limits'; and thought for the future and the precautionary principle".
|Sustainability was basically built on three pillars namely economic, social and environments.|
Human communities across the globe are able to maintain their independence and have access to the resources that they require, financial and other, to meet their needs. Economic systems are intact and activities are available to everyone, such as secure sources of livelihood.
|Universal human rights and basic necessities are attainable by all people, who have access to enough resources in order to keep their families and communities healthy and secure. Healthy communities have just leaders who ensure personal, labour and cultural rights||are respected and all people are protected from discrimination. The concept was well accepted by the organisations from global north and south, especially the ethical once. It cut across all the disciplines such as engineering, economic, finance, human resource, and accounting|
“We cannot just add sustainable development to our current list of things to do but must learn to integrate the concepts into everything that we do." [i]
|From accounting point of view, the incorporation of sustainable effort of corporate entities in the financial statements is the main concern. In order to achieve this, a new format of account, sustainability report, was developed. A sustainability report is a report published by a company or organization about the economic, environmental and social impacts caused by its everyday activities. A sustainability report also presents the organization's values and governance model, and demonstrates the link between its strategy and its commitment to a sustainable global economy.|
|Sustainability reporting is a systematic presentation of financial and non-financial data in order to compare the present with past and progress concerning the predetermined yardsticks. While financial information is majorly drawn on the firm’s financial accounting system in line the enabling financial reporting standards and framework, non-financial information means that it is not presented in monetary terms and is not based on an accounting standard. Though, non-financial information can be both quantitative, such as tons (or units) of greenhouse gas, or qualitative, such as governance processes, the reputation of an organization or the organization’s impact on the state of biodiversity.|
|“The importance of sustainability now goes far beyond environmental issues, as the need to behave responsibly becomes a key aspect of strategy and operations.” [ii]|
|As a result, for sustainability to be measurable and reportable, performance indicators need to be developed and consistently adhered to by the respected organisations. For sustainability reporting to be meaningful, it needs to be connected to the strategy of an organization. Therefore, the indicators need to be relevant for the organization. Few of the important elements of sustainability reporting compared with financial reporting are presented in Table 1|
|Financial reporting viewpoint||Sustainability reporting viewpoint|
|Time-scale||Backward looking||Forward looking|
|Basic||Accounting Standards||No Standard|
|Focus||Issues that organization directly controls||Wider sustainability impacts|
|Materiality||Financial importance||All relevant information to readers|
|Users||Shareholders and investors||Known and unknown Stakeholders|
Sustainability reporting has taken many different forms. There are stand-alone reports that can be published annually or biannually. Alternatively, sustainability reporting can happen via a suite of reports that are also published online. Although currently it is most common for organizations to publish environmental or social information in separate reports, there are also approaches that combine them with the annual financial report . Sustainability reporting can be considered as synonymous with other terms for non-financial reporting; triple bottom line reporting, corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting, and more. It is also an intrinsic element of integrated reporting; a more recent development that combines the analysis of financial and non-financial performance.
Significance of Sustainability Reporting
There are benefits corporate organisation would have by practising sustainability reporting. These are not limited to the following:
The advocators of sustainability reporting contended that disclosure offers reporting companies a wide spectrum of intangible benefits, such as employee loyalty and consumer reputation which could improve the financial performance of firms directly or indirectly.
Transparency about non-financial performance can help to reduce reputational risks, open up dialogue with stakeholders such as customers, communities and investors, and demonstrate leadership, openness and accountability.
Improved processes and systems
Internal management and decision-making processes can be examined and improved, leading to cost reductions by measuring and monitoring such issues as energy consumption, materials use, and waste.
Progressing vision and strategy
Comprehensive analysis of strengths and weaknesses, and the engagement with stakeholders that is necessary for sustainability reporting, can lead to more robust and wide-ranging organizational visions and strategies. Importantly, companies can make sustainability an integral part of their strategies.
Reducing compliance costs
Measuring sustainability performance can help companies to meet regulatory requirements effectively, avoid costly breaches, and gather necessary data in a more efficient and cost-effective way.
Companies seen as leaders and innovators can be in a stronger bargaining position when it comes to attracting investment, initiating new activities, entering new markets, and negotiating contracts.
[i] Bruntland Report for the World Commission on Environment and Development (1992)
[ii] The Dorset Education for Sustainability Network
[iv] Eccles & Krzus (2010).
SALIHIN Strategic Reflection Retreat 2017 with theme "Stay Focused, Improve Productivity and Together We Can".
Our corporate governance and compliance assessment business aims to assist the organizations to improve their corporate governance framework that delivers effective stewardship and management.
At SALIHIN, we go a step further than just ensuring the organisations complies with regulations. We provide a personalized service to our clients whenever necessary. Compliance with the current corporate governance practices and regulations can often be overwhelming but it is essential. We assist the organizations by determining and improving their current practices according to Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance.
SALIHIN’s dedicated team is experienced in all aspects of these matters, including:
|Corporate Governance Advisory||Compliance Assessment|
Business Continuity Management
We are committed to efficient financial management services for your organisation. SALIHIN performs a variety of financial management consulting services for a diverse range of clients. The entire support team, tailored to your needs, will be coordinated by one partner, your single point of contact.
|Due Diligence||Business Valuation|
Finance & Performance Management
We perform due diligence and business analysis for organizations in investments, strategic partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions or that are looking to enhance organizational effectiveness in an existing business unit or portfolio company. Some areas covered are:
We offer services in the following areas:
We offer services in the following areas:
At SALIHIN, we offer a wide range of internal audit services. Outsourcing or co-sourcing the internal audit function with us allows organizations to improve their operations with the depth of knowledge and nonbiased approach that management looks for. Our experienced team of internal audit professionals offer efficient, cost effective solutions and follow a risk-based approach to help organizations improve performance and operational efficiency.
- We act as consultant and catalyst for improvement in an organization’s practices.
- We report to senior management that important risks have been evaluated and highlighting where improvements are necessary.
- We help senior management to demonstrate that they are managing the organization effectively on behalf of their stakeholders.
A contemporary internal audit function needs to be vibrant, strategic and risk focused to create sustainable value propositions that respond to the changing business environment. Thus, our approach focuses on:
The adoption of the Malaysian Private Entity Reporting Standards (MPERS) for financial year beginning or after 1 January 2017 means that all accounts and financial statements of private entities must be prepared in accordance with the MPERS. Coping with these changes, requires extensive knowledge and preparation. For SMEs and first time adopters, more needs to be done in this transition period. SALIHIN brings in wealth of experience experts to train and educate directors, management, accounts preparers, educationists, and others on the impact of MPERS on financial statements, main changes and comparative analysis, and the smooth transition from PERS to MPERS.
We place significant emphasis on creating value and building trust with our clients through quality service experience. We strive to sustain businesses beyond the long-run. SALIHIN employs full strength of both conventional and Islamic professional expertise with fresh ideas and proactive innovative approach to consulting services.
With a formidable pool of competent and experienced professionals, SALIHIN consistently provide high value and high quality end-to-end value-for-money services to client without compromising its integrity. Through insight and foresight its professionals shape, revive, redirect and set the pace to leverage complexity and dynamism for clients' sustainable business vitality, viability, profitability, and sustainable growth. Discover our wide array and yet integrated services.
|AUDITING & ASSURANCE||TAXATION||CORPORATE FINANCE & TRANSACTIONS||IT CONSULTANCY|
|GST & BUSINESS ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS||GOODS & SERVICES TAX||SHARIAH ADVISORY & AUDITING||INTEGRATED REPORTING|
Message From The Founder
I recall that it was not so long ago when our journey began. For most of us, we entered SALIHIN with nothing more than a dream, and today, together we stand as survivors armed with knowledge, skills and positive values to bring this dream to reality.
Life is an open road, and though we have studied its highways and byways, we were never left without a roadmap. Our people, clients and other stakeholders have constantly been our guide. All paths, all encounters lead here – an ultimate direction, a bend on the road.
|To SALIHIN’s respectable customers who have been with us along the 15 years of growth, today we express to you our sincerest gratitude for being loyal, supportive and for showing us that there is still much for us to learn in order to serve you better. Your viewpoints are firm guidance for us and will always be appreciated. We believe that like greatness, nothing grows well under the shade of a large tree.|
|To the people of SALIHIN, the true foundation of who and what we have become, you deserve to share every honor we receive today. You have continuously strengthened and inspired SALIHIN, without which SALIHIN would have never come to reach this moment. I acknowledge that “a single tree does not make up a forest”. You have all given much to see this day, and I hope that in some ways SALIHIN has made you proud.|
And to our almighty ALLAH (S.W.T), the beginning and end of all things, we only stand here today because of You. Thank You for the blessings and the opportunities. All the glory is offered back in Your name.