Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

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Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

A professional organization for accountants. It traces its roots to the United Kingdom in the early 20th century but it offers certified chartered accountant and chartered accounting technician qualifications throughout the world. It remains headquartered in London and Glasgow but us maintains 80 offices globally.
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Ikram ul Haq, fellow ACCA, and director ACCA programme Majan College, appreciated ACCA's efforts in the provision of short specialised courses to help working individuals gain expertise in particular areas of accounting and finance.
During the visit of the ACCA team, additional benefits of the
The panellists for the session in Lahore included Tim Mahne - Director, Sales and Marketing - ACCA, Monis Rahman - CEO - Rozee, Abdullah Fahad - Partner Assurance - Ernst and Young Pakistan, Fatima Asad Said - Regional Director- Human Capital Solutions and Shahid Rizvi - General Manager Internal Audit - Ufone.
In November, ACCA is likely to take its 650 staffs from its present Glasgow offices at Central Quay and Hydepark Street.
Lindsay Degouve de Nunques, Head of ACCA Middle East said, "The unique partnership between ACCA and AAA supports students across the UAE to gain a better understanding of local business law through local content, whilst studying for a professional, globally recognised accountancy qualification.
Raman has been recognised by officials in the ACCA Middle East as the youngest ACCA affiliate ever registered among all other candidates, affiliates and members.
AMANAGER at business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor's Birmingham office has been appointed chair of the ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) West Midlands network.
The agreement will be beneficial for the Peshawar University students who now will be able to avail exemptions for their different programmes while opting for professional qualification such as ACCA on top of their bachelor's degree.
Students from the College of Banking & Financial Studies (CBFS) are celebrating their success in global accountancy examinations after achieving higher than global pass marks in eight out of 11 papers taken in the June 2014 examinations which were conducted by globally recognised professional body ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).
Ben Cottam, head of ACCA Wales, said: "It's fantastic to have a Welsh president, it reflects the talented qualified accountants we have here, across all sectors, working every day to improve the prospects of their organisations and clients.
The Apeejay Education Society (AES) & Apeejay Stya University signed a MOU in this regard with ACCA Global at New Delhi.
They discussed the ACCA designation; the organization's future goals; and the challenges currently facing the profession, such as staying relevant in a changing business environment.