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To be entitled to use the ACCA logo members must hold a current and valid practising certificate issued by ACCA. Section B4, paragraph 20 of the ACCA Rulebook further explains:

Use of the ACCA logo

A firm that has at least one ACCA member as a partner or director may use the ACCA logo on letterheads, other stationery and on an Internet site, subject to the restriction that it may not be used unless a firm is controlled overall by holders of recognised accountancy qualifications. The logo should be used in an appropriate manner, so that it cannot be confused with the logo of the firm, for example, in conjunction with the regulation statement in respect of audit or financial services, such as exempt regulated activities in the United Kingdom.

This reflects the policy of Council.

For these purposes a 'firm' is one whose main business is that of the provision of services customarily provided by Chartered Certified Accountants.

Should you wish to obtain the ACCA logo plus guidelines for use, please email your name, membership number and practising certificate number to logo@accaglobal.com
Please also confirm that your firm is controlled by holders of recognised accountancy qualifications.

Should you wish to obtain further information regarding an ACCA practising certificate, please email authorisation@accaglobal.com or visit the ACCA Practising Certificate page.

Last updated: 23 Apr 2014