What does Council do?
ACCA Council has a wide ranging remit that includes:
- ensuring that ACCA operates in the public interest and delivers the objectives stated in our Royal Charter
- setting the overall direction of ACCA through regular approval of ACCA strategy
- engaging with ACCA members to explain and promote ACCA's strategic direction
- providing an objective environment for the executive team to explore new ideas or challenges.
Council and the executive team collaborate in order to devise ACCA's strategy which is then approved by Council. Delivery of strategy is the responsibility of the executive team, with governance of the process and performance management provided by Council.