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ACCA to delist members culpable in banks collapse

The Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA) Ghana intends to delist its members who are found culpable in the recent collapse of seven banks in the country. The accountants and audit... read more

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants inducts new members

He said the recent collapse of some banks in the country was partly due to some accountants and internal auditors not performing their duties. The Chairman of ACCA Network, Ghana, Michael Nyarko, chal... read more

Banks, looters and anti-graft war

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ACCA to delist members culpable in banks collapse Inducts new members

The accountants and auditors of the seven collapsed banks have come under severe criticisms for their respective roles in the banks’ collapse and the ACCA Ghana has issued a strong statement that it w... read more

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