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The mandate and functions of PSASB are geared towards the Public Sector. The Public Sector is traditionally defined as being that sector of the Country that consists of “Government” i.e. those institutions and entities that are funded out of public resources.

Goverment,

The state organ established by Section 11 of the PFM Act as per Section 225 of the Constitution and is responsible for the overall fiscal management of the Country among other responsibilities. The National Treasury is charged with overall prudent management of public funds

Goverment,

This is an independent, constitutional office established under Section 228 of the Constitution with overall responsibility for implementing budgets at national and county levels by authorising withdrawals from public funds by National and County Government entities.

Goverment,

The Auditor General heads the Office of the Auditor General and is charged with auditing the financial accounts of all Public Sector entities and producing audited annual financial statements.

Goverment,

This is a body established under the PFM Act (Section 187) to provide a forum for coordination and discussion between National and County Governments on matters related to national and county budgets as well as other fiscal and economic matters.

Goverment,

kasneb was established as a state corporation under the National Treasury by the Government of Kenya on 24 July 1969. The establishment and operations of kasneb are governed by the following main Acts: The Accountants Act, No. 15 of 2008 (which repealed the Accountants Act, Cap 531 of 1977), The Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya Act, Cap 534 of 1988 and The Investment and Financial Analysts Act, No. 13 of 2015.

Goverment,

ICPAK is the professional association that brings together the Accounting profession in Kenya. The Institute has a statutory mandate to maintain professional standards and integrity of the accounting profession in the Country.

The Association of Professional Societies of East Africa (APSEA)

APSEA is the umbrella body that is composed of the leading professional associations in the East Africa region. Members include associations representing: legal, medical, accounting professions among others in the East African Region i.e. Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi.

Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE)
Goverment,

The Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) is a leading African Exchange, based in Kenya – one of the fastest-growing economies in Sub-Saharan Africa. Founded in 1954, NSE has a six decade heritage in listing equity and debt securities. It offers a world class trading facility for local and international investors looking to gain exposure to Kenya and Africa’s economic growth.

The Institute of Internal Auditors is the professional body overseeing the internal audit profession in Kenya. IIA is affiliated with the International Institute of Internal Auditors.

Goverment,

ICPSK is the professional association of certified public secretaries in the Country. ICPSK provides oversight of the profession regulates standards and certification of practitioners and is the leading centre of excellence for governance practice.

The Institute of Certified Investment and Financial Analysts (ICIFA) is a regional resource and advocacy body for the investment and finance profession, providing region-wide network and promoting the role of the profession in the fields of investment and financial analysis, pension funds, asset management, corporate finance, investment and finance training, fund management, financial advisory, wealth management, real estate investment, insurance investment advisory, capital markets operations, and investment banking among others.

The Capital Markets Authority is an independent public agency established by an Act of Parliament, Cap 485 A under The National Treasury and Planning. The Authority came into being on December 15, 1989 when the Act was passed and was inaugurated in March 1990.

The CMA is a regulating body charged with the prime responsibility of supervising, licensing and monitoring the activities of market intermediaries, including the stock exchange and the central depository and settlement system and all the other persons licensed under the Capital Markets Act. It plays a critical role in the economy by facilitating mobilization and allocation of capital resources to finance long term productive investments.