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RADIENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES LIMITED approved
REGISTERED EDUCATION PROVIDER by
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Radient Project Management Services Limited (RPMSL) announces that the Project
Management Institute (PMI), the world's largest project management member association, has
named it as a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) effective April 1st 2014, joining more than
1,500 R.E.P.s in over 80 countries.
R.E.P.s are organizations that have been approved by PMI to help project managers achieve and
maintain the Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional
(PgMP)® and other PMI professional credentials. These organizations have met PMI's rigorous
quality criteria for course content, instructor qualification, and instructional design.
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About Project Management Institute (PMI)
Project Management Institute is the world's leading not-for-profit professional
membership association for the project, program and portfolio management
profession. Founded in 1969, PMI delivers value for more than 2.9 million
professionals working in nearly every country in the world through global
advocacy, collaboration, education and research. Visit us at www.PMI.org ,
www.facebook.com/PMInstitute , and on Twitter@PMInstitute.
PMP, PgMP, and the R.E.P. logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Pria Narinesingh, a partner in the assurance services
portfolio of Ernst and Young Caribbean, is the new
president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants
of T&T (ICATT).
Narinesingh was elected to the post at the organ-
isation s annual general meeting held at the Radisson
Trinidad Hotel, Port-of-Spain, on March 27.
Mohan Mahabir-Singh was elected first vice-pres-
ident, with Leslie Nelson as second vice-president.
Also elected to the governing council were: Derek
Mohammed (immediate past president) Rudranand
Maharaj, Denise Chinpire O Reilly, Neil Mohammed,
Nicole Joseph and Stacy-Ann Golding. Other members
of the 13-person council are: Anthony Pierre, Sean
Ramirez, Kyle Rudden and Camille Cumberbatch-
Dhoray. Council members Jennifer Frederick, Roselyn
Ramdin-Doobraj and Marlene Murray have retired.
Narinesingh thanked members of the new council
of ICATT for placing their confidence and faith in
her to guide the organisation.
"As we chart our course for the future, I look for-
ward to contributing to the building of ICATT and
the accountancy profession in the future." she said.
She thanked outgoing president Derek Mohammed
for his guidance during his term of office and his
sterling contribution over the past years.
A fellow of the Association of Chartered Account-
ants (FCCA), Narinesingh has worked with Ernst and
Young for 22 years and predominantly serves large
domestic, regional and international clients in the
financial services industry. She is also a practising
member of both ICATT and the Institute of Chartered
Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean.
In his message, outgoing president Mohammed
said ICATT had recently completed its strategic plan
2014-18. The plan has also presented a new vision
and mission to be rolled out to the wider membership
in the near future. He said that ICATT had taken
steps to increase membership registration by devel-
oping strategic alliances with key establishments
through the initiative of a co-operative framework
The agreement is intended to develop and strength-
en relationships with stakeholders, regulators, public
companies trading on the T&T Stock Exchange and
key interests groups. The main driver of the initiative
has been to improve public confidence in the account-
ancy profession through closer oversight of mem-
ICATT members also bade farewell and offered
best wishes to two senior management personnel -
Subert Gilbert, general manager, and Cynthia Lyons,
corporate secretary. Gilbert served as general manager
2010-2013, while Lyons retired after eight years at
Esther Le Gendre, a management professional with
experience in consulting and the administration of
business in the private and public sectors, takes up
the post of general manager. Before assuming the
role of Minister of Education and Member of Par-
liament in 2007, she headed the Caribbean region
operations of the Association of Chartered Certified
Assuming responsibilities as corporate secretary
is attorney Tabia Holder, who was called to the bar
in March, 2012. She served for two years on the Legal
Aid Advisory Authority panel of attorneys and spe-
cialised in litigation, family and corporate law.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Trinidad
and Tobago (ICATT) was established in 1970 by an
Act of Parliament. Its principal activities are regulation
of the ethics, discipline, professional conduct and
standards of its members and students; and the pro-
motion of the knowledge, skill and proficiency of its
members and students.
Ernst & Young's
Members of the new council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of T&T (ICATT): Front row, from left: Leslie Nelson, Pria
Narinesingh (president), Mohan Mahabir-Singh (vice president), Derek Mohammed (immediate past president).
Back row, from left: Nicole Joseph, Neil Mohammed, Kyle Rudden, Camille Cumberbatch-Dhoray, Denise Chinpire O'Reilly, Anthony Pierre,
Rudranand Maharaj, Sean Ramirez and Stacy-Ann Golding.
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