Members of ACCA are required to adhere to the highest standards and comply with ACCA’s regulations, including our code of ethics and conduct. If they undertake regulated work such as auditing and insolvency services, they are monitored to ensure they comply with relevant regulations and standards.
The ACCA Quality Checked scheme was established 10 years ago to complement the monitoring of regulated work. It monitors firms involved in unregulated general practice work, such as accounts preparation and taxation. The aim of the scheme is to help ACCA firms maintain high standards of customer service by encouraging them to adhere to principles-based quality control standards and to implement procedures that are considered best practice in the profession.
The best practice procedures recommended can be applied to ACCA firms wherever they practise around the world. Further details of the scheme and what constitutes best practice can be found by visiting our related links section on the left.
Look out for firms that hold the ACCA Quality Checked award
ACCA firms that demonstrate that they have established a high standard of quality control in a wide range of activities, including those typically carried out by small and medium-sized practices, are awarded the ACCA Quality Checked award. These firms are allowed to display the ACCA Quality Checked logo.