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The 31st NCPACA Annual professional development convention is hosted by the Association of Filipino Canadian Accountants (AFCA) Toronto in cooperation with the National Council of Philippine American Canadian Accountants (NCPACA).



Fri, 1 Sep 2017, 7:00 AM –

Sun, 3 Sep 2017, 11:00 PM EDT


Register here



Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre

801 Dixon Road

Toronto, ON M9W 1J5


About Association of Filipino Canadian Accountants


The Association of Filipino Canadian Accountants (AFCA) is a non-profit organization of Filipino accounting professionals based in Toronto with about 900 members. AFCA is affiliated with the National Council of Philippine American Canadian Accountants (NCPACA) and the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA).


Our membership includes designated professional accountants with various accounting bodies in Canada, United States and the Philippines and are working in various capacities from bookkeepers, professional staffs, accountants (CFOs, controllers, accounting managers, etc.), public practitioners, and government auditors/accountants to business owners and corporate executives.


For community service, we are actively involved in the free income tax preparation program of Revenue Canada for seniors and low income group and help train new immigrants on computerized bookkeeping. Some of our members are also actively involved with other Filipino-Canadian organizations in their individual capacities especially in the field of finance and audit.




Learn more…




Upcoming Events



September 1-3, 2017 at the

Sheraton Airport Hotel & Conference Center
801 Dixon Rd.
Toronto ON M9W 1J5


Please contact following or send your registrations to:

Minerva Garcia 
Cell – 647-909-5994

Julito Longkines 
Cell - 416-579-1530

Ted Dayno 
Cell – 416-738-8912

Ramon Guanzon 
Cell – 416-669-0421
See more details of Upcoming events in link



You can now renew your membership with AFCA online.  Check it out on this link


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