Photo Gallery

The Promoters of the Financial Reporting (FiRe) Award – PSASB, ICPAK, NSE, CMA and RBA – during the launch of the 20th FiRe Award (2022). The Award is inviting private and public entities to submit their financial reports for assessment between 5th Oct. 2022 to 21st Oct. 2022.

PSASB building-rapport for high performance while strengthening existing relationships and cohesiveness.

Consultative meeting with key stakeholders from the National Treasury

PFMR pays PSASB a courtesy call. Officials from the two organisations had a meeting focused on strategic communications.

PSASB launches its Strategic Plan(2021/22 – 2025/26) in Nairobi

Board of Directors of PSASB briefly meet with the staff of PSASB to get to know them. The Board is now full with nine members and led by FCPA Pius Mungai Nduatih as its Chairman.

PSASB team addresses representatives from public sector entities during the Post-FiRe Award Conference at the Kenya School of Government on 20th May 2022.

The Auditor General, CPA Nancy Gathungu, receives International Professional Practice Framework books from FCPA Pius Nduatih, Chairman of Public Sector Accounting Standards Board during a stakeholder meeting between the Board and Office of the Auditor General on 21st June, 2022

Auditor General, Nancy Gathungu with PSASB CEO, Fredrick Riaga and Director, Accounting Services at National Treasury, Jona Wala, during a post FiRe Award 2021 on Feb. 3, 2022.

PSASB team with experts from the National Treasury and KIPPRA during the development of a countrywide risk management policy in Mombasa in September 21, 2021

Auditor General CPA Nancy Gathungu discusses the Public Finance Management (Amendment) Bill 2020 with Fredrick Riaga (left) CEO of PSASB, and Edwin Makori (right) CEO of ICPAK on July 15, 2021.