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(ˈækə) or


(Education) informal Austral an academic
[C20: shortened form of academic]


abbreviation for
(Accounting & Book-keeping) Associate of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants
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ACCA is investigating whether the customers have experienced problems such as receiving junk e-mail or threats.
From down the street, or from the motorway, the ACCA seems remarkably unurban, a striking cross between a vast and strange prehistoric beast, a prominent geological outcrop and a huge rusting agricultural shed.
Jamie, from Sunderland, qualified with ACCA in 1990.
ACCA has been able to integrate back office applications, developments and external e-learning sources to enable more than 100,000 of its members to transact through a personalised portal and securely access such resources as email, digital certificates, careers advice and regulatory and technical advisory services.
Twenty two-year-old Navdeep, from Finham, Coventry, was presented with the ACCA Premier Plus 2005 award at a ceremony at Warwickshire College's Trident Technology and Business Centre in Warwick.
When would-be students ask for advice on courses, they invariably choose ACCA as the safe option.
ACCA Wireless expects to increase its capitalization to 30 billion yen by the time a decision is made on the license application, with the goal of raising capitalization to 72 billion yen in the future.
According to ACCA President Doris Woodruff, director of religious services and community involvement at the central office of the Indiana Department of Correction, one of the most important aspects of ACCA is maintaining chaplains' presence in ACA and advocating their role.
Finance professionals around the world cannot help but to have been affected by the combination of poor data, financial turmoil, falling commodity prices, along with concerns over the two leading economies of the US and China during this quarter," said Faye Chua, Head of Business Insights with ACCA.
The ACCA Cert IPSAS is particularly developed for public sector organisations to train their staff with the intention that they can meet the challenges of executing IPSAS the global accruals-based accounting standards used for the preparation of general purpose financial statements by governments and other public sector entities.
Students and members of ICMA Pakistan will benefit from the global recognition of ACCA and access to international job market of professional accountants, whereas ACCA students and members in Pakistan will be able to develop skills which are more technically aligned with local corporate and tax legislation.
The strategic partnership signed by Saif bin Abed Al Muhairi, Chairman of A and by ACCA President Martin Turner and witnessed by Mohammed Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz Al Shehhi, Undersecretary, UAE Ministry of Economy builds on a Memorandum of Understanding agreed in November 2013.