ICATT Council - 2024/2025

ICATT is led today by a Council comprised of volunteers who are persons nominated from the general membership.  The Council is elected at the Annual General Meeting and generally represents  the various interest groups within the membership employed within the ‘Big Four’ firms, by Small and Medium Size Practitioners and professional accountants in business in both the public and private sectors. ICATT’s administrative functions are managed by a Secretariat which also supports the work of the Council and its Committees.


Marissa Quashie was elected as President at ICATT's 54th AGM, she currently serves as an Associate Partner at EY. With a robust professional background, she previously held the role of Financial Services Sector Leader within KPMG, where she led engagements on audits of prominent financial services and group entities. Marissa's career trajectory includes a notable two-year secondment to the UK, focusing on the financial services sector, a specialization she continues to uphold with dedication and expertise.

Marissa's leadership extends beyond her role at EY; as a Council member of ICATT, she plays a pivotal role in shaping the professional landscape. Marissa previously chaired the Members and Student Relations Committee of ICATT, underscoring her commitment to nurturing robust professional relationships within the accounting community. Known for her expertise, she also frequently delivers technical presentations at the Annual Finance and Accounting Conference, alongside hosting seminars and webinars to benefit ICATT members.


Arun Seenath is a practising member of ICATT and was elected as Vice-President at the 54th AGM.  As a partner at Deloitte & Touche, he exercises leadership in the Taxation and Business Process Services department, overseeing international consulting, tax planning, due diligence, mergers and acquisitions, and international assignee services.

In his commitment to professional excellence and community service, Arun previously chaired ICATT's Taxation Committee, playing a pivotal role in enhancing professional development within Taxation. With over two decades of public accounting experience, he conducts Tax and Audit reviews for entities across various industries, catering to both local and international clients. Arun's expertise lies in Tax Compliance, planning, corporate restructuring, mergers & acquisitions, and Corporate Governance, reflecting his dedication to delivering comprehensive financial solutions to his clients.



Adrienne D'Arcy is the former Vice President of ICATT and presently holds the position of Partner within EY's Assurance Service Line at the Trinidad and Tobago office. With over two decades of expertise in audit and accounting, she specializes in serving a wide range of clients, from large domestic to regional and international entities, particularly in the financial services sector. Adrienne's affiliation as a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants underscores her commitment to professional standards. She also represents ICATT on the Payments System Council of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, demonstrating her involvement in shaping financial regulations. Adrienne's past role as Chair of ICATT's Accounting and Auditing Standards Committee reflects her dedication to fostering transparency, accountability, and best practices within the profession.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Adrienne is an advocate for community service and volunteerism. Her involvement on the boards of two leading private schools highlights her commitment to education and community development. Adrienne's dedication to achieving work-life balance serves as an inspiration, showcasing how a harmonious integration of professional and personal responsibilities can lead to success in both spheres.


Dinesh Bhola is the Principal of D.S. Bhola & Co and the Managing Director of DSB Financial Solutions Ltd. With a wealth of experience, including tenure as a Director in the Assurance Department at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Dinesh has engaged in diverse assignments spanning multinational companies, local conglomerates, and SMEs. Transitioning from a Big 4 firm to his independent practice, Dinesh focuses full-time on SME services, offering accounting, tax, business consulting, and auditing through DSB Financial Solutions Ltd.

As a fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) and a Member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Dinesh maintains high professional standards in his practice. His clientele encompasses global corporations, local conglomerates, financial institutions, and SMEs, showcasing his versatility and expertise across various sectors. His diverse experience underscores his commitment to delivering exceptional assurance services and strategic insights to his clients.


Keith André Mills, a seasoned accountant with over two decades of experience across diverse industries, currently serves as a consultant. With a robust background in both the public and private sectors, Keith has held various positions across all sectors. In 2019, he was elected to represent ICATT on the Trinidad and Tobago Group of Professional Associations Limited (TTGPA) Board, showcasing his commitment to advancing the accounting profession through active participation in professional associations.

 As a dedicated advocate for the accounting profession, he has served on numerous boards and is committed to making tangible contributions that positively impact the profession's development and advancement. Keith's extensive experience and leadership exemplify his dedication to the field of accounting and his desire to drive positive change within the profession.


Edmund Phillips, a fellow of ACCA and member of ICATT, has a rich history of service within the accounting profession. He previously held roles on the Licensing Committee (formerly the Quality Assurance Committee) of ICATT as its Vice-Chairman and is the Chairman of the Public Accountants in Business (PAIB) Committee of ICATT. Currently employed at the Financial Institution Supervision Department of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, he brings a wealth of experience from his tenure at PwC and private consulting.

Beyond his professional commitments, Edmund actively contributes to his community by serving as a director on the boards of various organizations in both the public and private sectors, demonstrating his commitment to both professional excellence and community service


Renée-Lisa Philip is a Chartered Accountant with thirty-two years post qualification experience, having worked in the United States, the United Kingdom and  Trinidad and Tobago. Renée-Lisa is a member of ISACA, holds a Trustee License for conducting Bankruptcy and Insolvency Business in Trinidad and Tobago, and is an Anti-Money Laundering Certified Associate.

Renée-Lisa's dedication to the accounting profession is underscored by her active involvement as a member of ICATT's Council over the past three years. She has played a pivotal role in the Accounting and Audit Standards Committee and is the current Chairman of the Small and Medium Practitioners Committee (SMP) of ICATT. Renée-Lisa remains steadfast in her commitment to navigating evolving standards and regulations, thereby making a meaningful impact on the accounting landscape.


Christopher Ramjit is the Managing Principal of CR Next Generation Chartered Accountants. As a Member in Practice – Audit and Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Christopher's expertise is highly regarded within the industry. He currently as Vice Chairman on ICATT's Small and Medium-Sized Practitioners’ Committee and as  previously served as a Member of ICATTs Member and Student Relations Committee, playing a pivotal role in driving the organization's success.

Christopher actively contributes to ICATT’s Governance as a Member of the Council. Christopher's leadership in external audit and his active involvement in professional committees highlight his dedication to the growth and excellence of the accounting profession. His diverse role in both practice and governance positions him as a key contributor to ICATT, fostering collaboration and advancing small and medium-sized practitioners in the accounting community.


Haseeb Mohammed, an experienced ICATT Member, brings over 30 years of expertise in engaging with finance professionals. As a part-time lecturer specializing in Strategic Business Reporting, Advanced Audit and Assurance, and Financial Reporting, he shares his knowledge to enhance professional development. Haseeb's tenure as a lead on audit engagements for PwC Trinidad and Tobago underscores his proficiency in International Financial Reporting Standards and International Standards on Auditing, making him a trusted Subject Matter Expert in audit reports.


Desmond Dial boasts over two decades of accounting and auditing experience, with a significant portion of his career spent at PwC, spanning 16 years in the financial services sector. In this capacity, he assumed the role of engagement manager for numerous audit engagements involving a diverse array of financial institutions, including banks, asset management firms, and trust companies, alongside ventures into the manufacturing sector.

Currently, Desmond holds a pivotal position managing audit clients listed on the TTSE, while also co-leading several IFRS 9 implementation projects. At present, Desmond serves as the Vice Chairman of ICATTs Member and Student Relations Committee  further cementing his dedication to fostering strong professional relationships within the accounting community.



Tamara Sieuraj currently holds the esteemed position of Audit Manager at Vistar Financial Services, alongside her role as Treasurer of the Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce. With over fifteen years of public accounting experience, Tamara possesses a wealth of expertise in audit and advisory technical skills, coupled with a robust understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). 

Tamara currently serves as Vice Chairman on ICATTs Taxation Committee. Her unwavering commitment to ongoing learning and professional development not only fuels her ability to analyze complex financial issues but also empowers her to deliver clear, practical solutions to stakeholders.



Tanya Wright, currently serves as a Director at KPMG and boasts a remarkable track record with over 20 years of audit and assurance expertise in both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Her extensive experience encompasses auditing multi-national group engagements, specializing in manufacturing, distribution, telecommunications, and utilities, with a particular focus on insurance and financial institutions. In addition to her pivotal role as Audit Director, Tanya serves as the Director of Learning and Development for KPMG CARICOM. Previously, she held the position of Risk Management Manager for KPMG Trinidad and Tobago. 

Tanya’s commitment to professional development is evident through her role as a presenter on technical topics for ICATT seminars. Actively involved in the accounting community, she also contributes as a member of the Members and Student Relations Committee of ICATT.