Consolidation of Institutes sees new voice for the accountancy profession

June 2004
Credit Control;2004, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the launch of proposals to create a powerful new voice for the accountancy profession after the agreement between accountancy organizations for strategic consolidation in Great Britain. Intention of the organizations to deliver broader and deeper member services; Aim of the proposal to create an organization and a significant student base; Acceptance of the governing councils of the proposal.


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