(front row) Rep. of DGFMC, Eyong (2nd), SW TPG, Angoula (C) and MINFI workers in family photo
By Bouddih Adams
Experts from the General Directorate of Treasury Financial and Monetary Cooperation of the Ministry of Finance on March 10, trained Southwest Finance workers on the Nomenclature of the 2022 Finance Law.
Welcoming participants at the training seminar which took place at the Pan-African Institute for Development, Buea, the Treasurer-Paymaster General of the Southwest, Ananias Angoula Mbassi, thanked the Director General of Treasury Financial and Monetary Cooperation for sending a team of experts to train Finance workers on the Nomenclature of the 2022 Finance Law.
“A few weeks ago, we had training on the Finance Law 2022. This is a continuation of that caravan that trained us. I call on our collaborators to learn with all assiduity, so that at the end of it, we will all be abreast with the Nomenclature for 2022,” Angoula Mbassi appealed.
The Head of Mission from Yaounde, Eric Eyong said: “It is tradition that at the beginning of every year, changes, innovations and reforms in the Finance Law is explained to workers. The particularity of this year’s is the Patrimonial Accounts. Pay attention and be keen so that you can be able to assimilate the explanations.
The team of experts proceeded to edify the Divisional Treasurers, Sub Treasurers, Taxations officials, Inland Revenue Collectors, Customs, Accounting Officers, among others on the reforms and nomenclature.
Jonas Mbesse Kounou presented the Innovations in the Finance Law and its Circular of Execution for the Year 2022.
Augustine Bissou drilled them in Fiscal Innovations in the 2022 Finance Law and the Fiscality of Public Expenditure.
Fernand Ebele trained the participants on Treasury Operations and CUT.
The Head of Mission, Eric Eyong, drilled participants on the 2019 PCE and the Nomenclature the Treasury Accounts of 2022.
Massa Aboubakar took them on the New Functioning of Computer Applications of the Treasury.