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Head of ACCPA South Sudan Chapter
Stanbic Bank South Sudan
ACCPA South Sudan Chapter
Magok Majok is currently the Head of Legal and Compliance at Stanbic Bank – South Sudan where he is responsible for regulatory compliance, KYC/CFT framework of the Bank. He has been with the Bank since October 2014. Prior to taking up his current role, Magok served as Trainee Advocate at Law with Gak Law Firm between 2012 and 2013. During this same period, he also served in the peacekeeping operations with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). Between the years 2006-2011, Magok served in various capacities including but not limited to: teaching, civil society management as well as youth leadership. His accomplishments include founding a high school in Bor that employed more than 20 teachers and graduated 400 students who went on to pursue further education in various colleges and universities. Magok hold Master of Laws degree from the University of Sussex in England, United Kingdom.
The ACCPA Certification Process in South Sudan
1). The first step in preparing for the ACCPA Certification Exam is to submit your registration for certification. The registration should be done online. During registration, you can make payment directly online using Visa/MasterCard or by clicking on "invoice me" to receive your invoice for bank transfer. The invoice will contain all the payment details you need for your bank transfer.
2). The second step is to obtain your copy of the ACCPA Exam Study Material. The exam study material will be sent to you automatically via email once your payment has been confirmed. Those who pay with Visa/MaterCard will receive their exam study material immediately upon making payment. Those who pay via bank transfer will need to wait until funds are received by ACCPA.
3). The third step is to study for the exam. The Exam Study Material contains all the information you will need to pass the exam. You have 90 days from the date you receive the exam study material to study and take the exam.
4) The fourth step is to schedule a date for your exam. You may no longer be able to take the exam after 90 days if your exam has not been scheduled yet. You should schedule your exam date by visiting this page.
5). The fifth and final step is to take the test. The ACCPA Exam is a web-based test that must be taken under the supervision of the Chief Examiner for your chapter. The exam contains 100 questions over a period of 200 minutes (i.e. 3hrs 20 mins). The candidate must score at least 70 correct answers out of 100 to pass the ACCPA Exam. Your test score will be displayed to you immediately upon completing the exam.
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ACCPA South Sudan Chapter Activities
There are two chapter meetings in a year. Members should attend meetings regularly to maintain their membership in the chapter.
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