Annual conference ‘Internal Managerial Control’ in Moldova
Our NAFE expert Manfred van Kesteren performed on 26 January in Chisinau a hybrid conference on Internal Managerial Control. The first activity abroad of 2022. Manfred and Mioara Diaconescu, director of CHU Public Internal Audit from the Ministry of Finance of Romania, traveled to Chisinau to co-host and present at this event. It was a great success! Cooperation with the National Academy took place in the context of the Constituency Program of the Netherlands Ministry of Finance. The Ministry of Finance of Moldova published the press release below.
Press release of ministry of Finance of Moldova on PIFC conference
The annual conference in the field of public internal financial control with the theme "Internal Managerial Control - roles and connections" by the Ministry of Finance of Moldova.
Over 250 managers and auditors joined online
On January 26, the Ministry of Finance held the Annual Conference on Public Internal Financial Control with the title “Internal Managerial Control - Roles and Connections”. The event, organized in partnership with the National Academy of Finance and Economics of the Ministry of Finance of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, brought together in online format over 250 internal public sector managers and auditors from the Republic of Moldova.
The event is organized in partnership with the National Academy of Finance and Economics of the Ministry of Finance of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Opening conference with Minister of Finance
The Minister of Finance, Dumitru Budianschi, attended the opening session of the event. He mentioned that internal managerial control is one of the key components of streamlining public administration and strengthening managerial accountability for the efficient use of public money. "Despite the fact that we have a fairly solid regulatory framework on public internal financial control, the results confirmed by the monitoring reports of the Ministry of Finance, Court of Accounts and Financial Inspection, attest to situations in which internal managerial control and internal audit is poorly implemented. In these conditions, it is necessary that from that passive framework, established at regulatory level, the Internal Management Control to become the driving force for the development of public sector institutions.”