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Unformatted text preview: exts or other individual study programmes that are relevant or related to the accountancy profession, which require participation by the member. (j) Writing of technical articles, papers or books for publication. (k) Working as a lecturer, instructor or discussion leader on a structured course will entitle the member to obtain a maximum of 50% of the minimum CPE credit hours (repeat presentations of the course will entitle the member to not more than 30% of the minimum CPE credit hours for this purpose). (l) Service as a member of a committee of the Institute and its branches will entitle the member to obtain a maximum of 2 CPE credit hours for each meeting attended by the member in respect of the committee or the branch of the Institute as the case may be. (m) Attendance at Annual General Meetings, Extraordinary General Meetings and Members' Dialogues of the Institute will entitle the member to obtain a maximum of 2 CPE credit hours for each occasion. (n) Service as a member of a committee of any one of the recognised bodies as listed in Part II of the First Schedule to the Act and other related bodies, will entitle the member to obtain a maximum of 2 CPE credit hours for each meeting. 151 By-Laws (On Professional Ethics, Conduct and Practice) of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants [Issued January 2007] APPENDICES APPENDIX V (o) Participation in the Institute’s activities in the development of standards/guidelines relating to the profession. (A member shall not be entitled to accumulate more than 10 CPE credit hours for participation in the same activity in any one cycle). Inserted 26 July 2007; With immediate effect. 2. UNSTRUCTURED LEARNING ACTIVITIES/PROGRAMMES (a) Reading technical, professional, financial or business literature. (b) Use of audio tapes, videotape, correspondence courses etc. that are related or relevant to the accountancy profession (where no participation is required). (c) Participation in meetings, briefing sessions or discussion groups not organised by the Institute or by any of the recognised bodies as listed in Part II of the First Schedule to the Act and other related bodies, but which have relevance to the accountancy profession. 152 By-Laws (On Professional Ethics, Conduct and Practice) of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants [Issued January 2007] APPENDICES APPENDIX VI Implementation of the CPE Requirements for Section 410 Category of Members Commencement of new CPE requirements (i) Members admitted prior to 1 January 2003 Transition – These members will need to complete the CPE cycle pursuant to the existing By-Law A-4 from 1 January 2005 to 31 December 2007. Thereafter, the next CPE cycle will commence in accordance with the new Section 410.4. (ii) Members admitted between 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2003 Transition – These members will need to complete the CPE cycle pursuant to the existing By-Law A-4 from 1 January 2006 to 31 December 2008. Thereafter, the next CPE cycle will commence in accordance...
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