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This is the first time we have presented the ACCA Achievement Award in Indonesia. By recognising individuals who have delivered significant public value by developing the finance and accounting industry, we hope to inspire finance professionals to create public value in their professions. Finance professionals are at the heart of the business, and it is critical that they uphold the highest level of ethics and contribute towards developing a sustainable economy
—Mulyadi Setiakusuma, head of ACCA Indonesia

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) recognised Mr. James Kallman, Senior Partner and President Director at Moores Rowland - Mazars Indonesia, and Global Head of Human Rights, Mazars for his contributions to the finance and accounting industry at the ACCA Achievement Awards ceremony held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Jakarta

The ACCA Achievement Award recognises individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to developing the accounting and finance profession. The awards are based on merit and given to individuals whose contributions deserve global recognition and whose efforts reflect ACCA’s core values of accountability, diversity, innovation, integrity, and opportunity.

Mr. James Kallman has made exemplary contributions to the accounting and finance profession in Indonesia. Mr. Kallman was formerly the President Director of Moores Rowland Indonesia, and played a pivotal role in the merger between Moores Rowland and Mazars Indonesia. Mr. Kallman has also done extensive work in the area of human rights compliance and accountability. As the Global Head of Human Rights at Mazars, he has been instrumental in driving forward the agenda of sustainable, responsible businesses that hold human rights and social compliance at their core. Mr. Kallman and his wife Mrs. Dewi Suryati established the Mei Lin Kallman Foundation, and run a program for deaf schools to teach students business and entrepreneurial skills.

Mr. Reza Ali ACCA, Head of Emerging Markets – Asia, ACCA presented Mr. James Kallman with the ACCA Achievement Award.

In his speech highlighting the public value that finance professionals bring, Mr. Reza Ali said: 'Public value means working in the public interest, promoting responsible and ethical business and supporting enhanced global economic performance. That’s three clear, simple and achievable things – for ACCA as a professional body and for our members as finance professionals. I believe it resonates with other business sectors too.'

He also highlighted the need to have discussions around trust and public value.

Mr. James Kallman said: 'I am delighted to receive this award from ACCA. The ACCA Achievement Award is a great initiative to recognise professionals who are committed to developing the finance and accounting industry and providing value to the community as a whole.'

In his speech on human rights auditing and compliance, he outlined the shift in business practices and highlighted the need for firms to respect human rights and be more responsible corporate citizens.

Mr. Mulyadi Setiakusuma, Head of ACCA Indonesia, said: 'This is the first time we have presented the ACCA Achievement Award in Indonesia. By recognising individuals who have delivered significant public value by developing the finance and accounting industry, we hope to inspire finance professionals to create public value in their professions. Finance professionals are at the heart of the business, and it is critical that they uphold the highest level of ethics and contribute towards developing a sustainable economy.'

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For further information, please contact:

Ina Rosali
Engagement Manager, ACCA Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 392 5175
ina.rosali@accaglobal.com

Notes to Editors

About ACCA

  1. ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants. We aim to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management.
  2. We support our 162,000 members and 428,000 students in 173 countries, helping them to develop successful careers in accounting and business, with the skills required by employers. We work through a network of over 89 offices and centres and more than 8,500 Approved Employers worldwide, who provide high standards of employee learning and development. Through our public interest remit, we promote appropriate regulation of accounting and conduct relevant research to ensure accountancy continues to grow in reputation and influence.
  3. Founded in 1904, ACCA has consistently held unique core values: opportunity, diversity, innovation, integrity and accountability. We believe that accountants bring value to economies in all stages of development and seek to develop capacity in the profession and encourage the adoption of global standards. Our values are aligned to the needs of employers in all sectors and we ensure that through our qualifications, we prepare accountants for business. We seek to open up the profession to people of all backgrounds and remove artificial barriers, innovating our qualifications and delivery to meet the diverse needs of trainee professionals and their employers.

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