Member’s name: Mr Imran M Kamal CPA
Date of Hearing: Wednesday 7 November 2012
Division: New Zealand
Tribunal: Disciplinary Tribunal
On 7 November 2012 the Disciplinary Tribunal found that on four occasions Mr Imran Kamal had breached Article 39(a)(ii)F of CPA Australia’s Constitution in that he was “the subject of an adverse finding that has not been overturned on appeal in relation to the Member‘s conduct, competence or recognition by any Court, professional body, statutory or other regulatory authority in any jurisdiction” in respect of Determinations of the Disciplinary Tribunal of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) on 10 November 2011 and the Appeals Council of NZICA on 28 February 2012.
At the Disciplinary Tribunal Hearing Mr Kamal admitted the breaches.
Penalty and Costs
The Disciplinary Tribunal imposed the following sanctions and costs:
- on each of the four complaints sustained, an admonishment
- within 30 days Mr Witham must remove all CPA signage and logos from his place of practice
- that by 30 June 2014 Mr Kamal successfully complete a CPA Australia Quality Assurance Review and that a failure to do so to result in forfeiture of Membership
- that Mr Kamal pay costs of $438, a failure to pay those costs by the due date to result in forfeiture of Membership.