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acca

(ˈækə) or

acker

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

ACCA

abbreviation for
(Accounting & Book-keeping) Associate of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants
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The ceremony was attended by position holders, parents, ACCA members, ACCA's Approved Learning Partners and senior profiles from leading employers.
ACCA organised a 2-day workshop and recognition ceremonies for the position holders in matric and intermediate examinations of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Peshawar.
Berger paints will now gain access to the future-ready finance talent with the right blend of skills developed by ACCA to cater to the businesses' need to thrive in a digital world.
Zouhair Khaliq, Member of the Prime Minister's Task Force on IT and Telecom and Co-Founder and Partner, TeamUp, Parvez Abbasi, Project Director, NIC and other senior representatives of NIC shared an overview of the growing startup ecosystem in Pakistan and the role NIC is playing with the help of global organizations such as ACCA Pakistan.
Ammara Latif, Assistant Finance Manager, China Road and Bridge Corporation, Dr Asma, Executive Committee Member, Pakistan Golf Federation, Dr Iqbal Qureshi, Senior Vice President, PCJCCI, Maryam Zafar, CEO, FTAC and Member, ACCA Pakistan Women in Finance Society, Fiza Imran, Chair, ACCA Pakistan Women in Finance Society and Farhan Riaz, Programme Manager, TICK, UET.
Highlighting some of the structural issues, the BoI chairman said that the professional bodies such as ACCA has a significant role to play in the development of human resource in the fields of corporate management, particularly corporate finance.
After listening to different startups and their journey of successes and challenges, Sajjeed highlighted the support which is available for young businesses through ACCA's global network of employers, business professionals and thought leaders.
Stenhouse stated ACCA really values the partnership with ICMA Pakistan.
Beazer was sentenced to 15 years and 8 months in prison for that offense as an armed career criminal subject to the minimum mandatory sentencing enhancement imposed by the Armed Career Criminal Act ('ACCA').
ACCA has revised the programme structure of the professional papers of the qualification, and this was examined for the first time in the September examination session.
ACCA hosted this discussion in line with its commitment to deliver value for the economies where it operates and the pledge of ACCA members in Pakistan to drive GDP growth by 7% as well as improving the ranking of Pakistan to top 50 for 'ease of doing business' and 'global competitiveness index' for the next 5 years; ACCA and ACCA members continue to contribute and collaborate with thought leaders to focus on high impact actions as a key priority.
The programme recognises employers high standards of staff training, accountancy resources and development for their ACCA members and trainees.