ACCA Vietnam organised ACCA New Members Ceremony 2014 to celebrate the achievement of 138 new ACCA members across the country, who have attained the membership milestone from 31 March 2014 to 31 March 2015. The ceremony is consecutively held on 14 April 2015 in Hanoi and 15 April 2015 in Ho Chi Minh City.
These new members are a part of the vibrant ACCA community globally which now consists of more than 170,000 members in 183 countries. This celebration evening will also be a useful networking opportunity for members to meet other fellow members and renowned employers at the event.
The ceremony is graced by the presence of many distinguished guests, including British Ambassador to Vietnam Giles Lever, Deputy Minister of Finance Vu Thi Mai, and other representatives from government authorities, local bodies, leading organisations and top employers in Vietnam.
Mr. Stephen Heathcote, Executive Director, ACCA Global, in his address formally welcomes the newly inducted ACCA members and reminds them that becoming a member of ACCA means that they are fully supported by a professional accountancy body with global reach, that fully understands the important roles accountants play in both the private and public sectors, and seeks to provide members with access to resources, which will ensure that they can reap the full benefits of this exciting profession. He says, “ACCA continues to work towards being regarded as the leading global body for professional accountants by reputation, size and influence. In this way, we strive to be always on the pulse of what is happening globally and in doing so, ensure that you have the tools to become visionaries and leaders within your respective companies.”
The warm welcome is well received by the new members many of whom were appreciative of the support and encouragement and expressed excitement about their futures as ACCA members.On this special occasion, ACCA Vietnam presents Global and National Approved Employers’ certifications to Harvey Nash Vietnam, HSBC Vietnam, Manulife, StandardChartered Bank (Vietnam), Prudential Vietnam, and TMF Vietnam -who through accredited learning and development systems, support the development of ACCA professionals. This means that Approved Employers’ finance and accounting employees who are registered as students with ACCA will receive valuable support to help them successfully complete the ACCA examinations and gain practical experience that enables them to acquire the range of competencies required of finance and accounting professionals in business today.
Đăng ký: VietNam News