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Chairperson of CAWC, ICAP, Hina Usmani in her welcome address highlighted objectives of the committee and said that they are working for the empowerment of women pertaining to different professions.
The Chartered Accountants Women's Committee (CAWC) is the initiative of ICAP for capacity building of women chartered accountants and female students aspiring to be future chartered accountants.
While praised ICAP and CAWC for taking such initiatives, Chief Minister appreciated the fact that ICAP has provided a platform for women in the business world to gain leadership position and take part in the country's progress on equal footings.
Cumulative abnormal wealth changes (CAWCs) for FSLIC-arranged acquisitions are reported in Exhibit 5, Panel A.
Imported concentrate shipments doubled in the last year, with CAWC pointing out that the 26,700,000 gallons
He holds the CPCU and CAWC professional designations.
He added that ICAP is an equal opportunity employer and the recently constituted CAWC is an example of gender equality at ICAP.
"Their travel writing, published in travelogues, guidebooks, diaries and letters, has been brought together by Bangor University, the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (CAWCS) and Swansea University under the recent European Travellers to Wales project, allowing a new understanding of how Wales was viewed by travellers from the European mainland."
WHEN the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (Cawcs) first opened its doors in a Georgian house on the seafront in Aberystwyth 30 years ago, I was excited to be part of a small team of researchers embarking on a brand new project to edit the fearsomely complex poetry composed for the twelfth and thirteenth-century Welsh princes.
Dr Kathryn Jones of the Department of Languages, Translation and Communication at Swansea University will be working on the project with colleagues from the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (CAWCS), and Bangor University.
Researchers at the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (CAWCS) have been awarded PS690,000 from The Arts and Humanities Research Council to conduct the work.