ACCA Pakistan and RUBA Foundation signed a MoU for an initiative titled “ACCA-accountancy for all”, which will provide financial support to individuals interested in pursuing the ACCA Qualification. Recognising the value of promoting mutual co-operation for the advancement of the accountancy profession in Pakistan, RUBA Foundation will provide financial support through the ‘ACCA-accountancy for All’ initiative purely on merit basis to current ACCA students subject to a criteria developed by RUBA Foundation.
The financial support will cover ACCA tuition fees charged by ACCA Approved Learning Partners (ALPs) to students studying in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region. RUBA Foundation will support the ACCA students to excel in their professional career through training/employment opportunities as required by RUBA group of companies
The chief guest was Ziaullah Bangash, Advisor to Chief Minister on Elementary & Secondary Education, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa highlighted, ‘It is great to see an organisation like ACCA working in the public interest. It ensures that the businesses operate as a force for good and it can only do that because it operates to strong ethical and professional standards. ACCA has members across the globe and these members work all over the world to build the profession and make society fairer and more transparent.”
Sajjeed Aslam, Head of ACCA Pakistan said, “ACCA is known to be a strong champion of public value – acting in the public interest, promoting ethical businesses and growing economies. Initiatives like these are a testament to our commitment to knowledge sharing and capacity building.”