ACCA global chief executive, Brand, to visit Zambia


The Global Chief Executive for the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), Helen Brand, is expected to visit Zambia in March.

This will be part of her Africa tour of four countries.

During her two-day visit to Zambia, Brand would among others, meet with government officials, the accountancy profession regulator, ACCA Approved Employers Partners, learning partners and ACCA Community of Members.

Speaking prior to the visit, Janice Matwi, the Head of ACCA in Zambia, said Brand’s visit to Zambia would further promote the value of the accountancy profession and the moral and ethical responsibility of accountants as professionals.

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Matwi said the visit demonstrated the confidence that the global body had placed in supporting ACCA Global’s agenda in Zambia.

“ACCA is a force for public good. We lead the global accountancy profession by creating opportunity. Our purpose sets out the value we seek to create for society.

“The idea of opening up the profession, doing things differently and better, and never losing sight of our public interest remit, are concepts that lie at the very heart of ACCA’s DNA,” she said.

“We recognise that ACCA and our members are one part of an unrivalled wider professional and business ecosystem that powers progress globally. By working more collaboratively, we hope to enable all of us to maximise our contribution and our impact, on behalf of those we serve,” Matwi added.

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