AJC is a member of the Vanuatu Association of Accountants – VAA

Wednesday, November 18 2020 marked the official reformed of the Vanuatu Association of Accountants with a new committee.

Mr. Marokon Alilee, current Chairman of the VAA, was also one of the funding members of the Association when it first established in December 2003.

The core objectives of the Association remain the same, to promote the interests of Accountants in Vanuatu and the services provided by accountants within the local community. This will be achieved through education, training, technical support and advocacy. Members will work to represent the views and concerns of the profession to governments, regulators, industries, academia and the general public.

Annual fee:

  • Ordinary – Vt5,000
  • Associate – Vt2,500
  • Studen – Vt1,000
  • Corporate – Vt20,000 (includes up to two (2) person memberships)

Committee Members:

  • Chairman                        Marokon  Alilee
  • Vice Chairman                John Aruhuri
  • Secretary                         Shirley Bule
  • Treasurer                        Chloe Rolland
  • Committee Member      Delmay Shem
  • Committee Member      Francis Simelum
  • Committee Member      Scott Proud

As well as AJC three leading Vanuatu Accounting firms: iCOUNT, Barrett and Partners and Moores Rowland, have joined the Association.

Find more details on the Vanuatu Association of Accountants on the new website: vaa.vu

Vanuatu Association of Accountants - VAA - AJC
Vanuatu Daily Post – The founding members of the VAA

AJC is happy to be a member of this new association and what it represents for the accounting field.

We would like to congratulate Chloé Rolland, with AJC since August 2019, and now also treasurer of the VAA.

Congratulations Chloe, we are proud of your involvement in the Vanuatu community.