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Gladman Moyana

Key Subject Matter Expert

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CA(SA), RA, AZICA, BTCA, CTA, BCom (cum laude), BCom (Accounting)(Hons)

Gladman is currently the managing Partner at Moyana and Associates Chartered Accountant, Head of Advisory at Khumalo and Mabuya Chartered Accountants and a consulting Senior Financial Management expert at Rain Chartered Accountants and BDO Public Sector advisory.

Gladman is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience in various aspects of structured business advisory. He is involved in the financial due diligence for a number of companies for the deals for which he is the head transaction advisor.

To date some of his most exciting projects were advising a government department on the accounting treatment for completely new transactions with no similar transactions in the economy and being the lead financial expert in the national evaluation of the learner transport programme on behalf of DPME,

Department of Basic Education and Department of Transport, where his experience in applied finance was called upon for establishing value for money and option generation and structured analysis of financial statements and other information.

Gladman is a subject matter expert in Corporate and Public Sector Economics/Finance and has been lecturing the subject to varied audiences including prospective Chartered Accountants and working professionals since 2011. He is a marker for SAICA’s ITC for Financial Management. His research interest is the area of sustainability and persistence of earnings and he has presented research papers in this area at regional conferences.

Courses We Support

We provide online interactive tutorial support for the following finance students.

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SAICA stream third year and CTA/PGDA students

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Students preparing for ITC

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Subject matter diagnostic assessment and preparation for student repeating ITC

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Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants Students (ZICA)

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In house support to companies with students on the SAICA or ZICA Programs

Format of Lectures

Lectures are offered in session of between 90 to 120 minutes. Lectures can be conducted via group sessions per topic or individually. The group sessions will be conducted per sessions as will be advertised. Students will be required to register for them to gain access to the sessions.