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College National des Experts-Comptables Belges, or NCAB/ CNECB). One of the main responsibilities of the NCAB/CNECB was the training of professional accountants. Other tasks were to extend its responsibilities and to promote the official recognition of the accountancy profession. Members of the NCAB/CNECB in­ cluded independent accountants and others working as employees, and were designated either 'Accountant NCAB' or 'Expert-Comptable CNECB'. Although it lacked legal status, the NCAB/CNECB may be considered as the first and foremost representative accoun­ tancy body in Belgium during this period.

The second was Simon Stevin (van Brugghe or Bruggelinck) who, like Luca Pacioli, was well known as a mathematician. Ympijn's book, a treatise on accounting, was translated into French in the year it was published. Four years later, in 1547, it was A Notable and very excellente woorke, expressyng and declaryng the maner and forme how to kepe a boke of acco(m)ptes or reconynges. Fortunately, there still exists translated into English under the title evidence of accounting practice at that time. During the last half of the sixteenth century, Christopher Plantin, a printer and publisher, settled in Antwerp and set up his well-known press.

The holding companies had no real interest in the disclosure of information to third parties, the proportion of shares belonging to third parties other than the remaining holding companies being low and the public interest in financial information also being limited by the absence of an active capital market. Such was the power of the Belgian holding companies, even as far back as 1934, that the Government was forced to intervene. As a result, the banking activities of the holding companies were trans­ ferred to subsidiaries under independent management (Lafferty, 1976).

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