ACCA approved to authorise and regulate probate activities

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has been approved to authorise individuals and firms to carry out probate work ACCA was one of the first professional accountancy bodies to be designated an approved regulator for probate activities in 2009, and has since successfully applied to the Legal Services Board to authorise practitioners to undertake probate work across England and Wales …

Global 18 Jan 2018

Global economic confidence remains high at year end, finds Global Economic Conditions Survey

Global economic confidence remained relatively high at the end of 2017 despite a slight dip from the previous quarter, with an improved economic outlook in the US and South Asia off-setting a more cautious mood in China…

Global 18 Jan 2018

Impressive results announced for ACCA’s December 2017 exam sitting

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) today announces impressive pass rates from the latest December 2017 exam sitting, which saw 5,548 students worldwide complete their final exams on the path to becoming ACCA members…

Global 15 Jan 2018

Taxation highs and low identified in EU report on policy

The report shows that Ireland is not a high tax country with total tax receipts as a percentage of GDP the lowest in the EU and the Effective Marginal Tax Rates lowest 1/3 in the EU…

Ireland 12 Jan 2018

ACCA extends support of the Scottish Accountancy & Finance Award

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is pleased to announce continued support and sponsorship for the Scottish Accountancy & Finance Awards until at least 2020 …

Scotland 9 Jan 2018
Global 5 Jan 2018

ACCA welcomes the start of the Bulgarian Presidency

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) welcomes the start of the mandate of Bulgaria at the helm of the Council of the EU The global accountancy body notes Bulgaria’s priorities while acknowledging the significant challenges ahead, including Brexit negotiations…

Global 5 Jan 2018

Helen Brand receives an honorary degree from the University of Exeter

Helen Brand OBE, chief executive of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) received an honorary degree from the University of Exeter on Saturday 16 December Helen was recognised for her outstanding contribution to the global accountancy profession and the links she has helped establish between the university and the world’s leading professional accountancy body…

Global 3 Jan 2018

Be sure to avoid a January hangover for tax self-assessment, says ACCA

As the UK prepares for Christmas and the new year Chas Roy-Chowdhury, head of tax at ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has offered a reminder to not leave tax self-assessment to late in January…

United Kingdom 18 Dec 2017

ACCA’s eighth virtual conference sees record online turnout

The beginning of December saw ACCA hold its epic three-day global virtual conference, Accounting for the Future…

Global 18 Dec 2017
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