ACCA Singapore celebrated a year of successful partnerships at the ACCA Annual Partners’ Lunch 2018

eemeiyi —  February 1, 2018 — Leave a comment


Supporting our partners’ business development in Asia and the impact of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) on this region

This year’s lunch, held at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Singapore on 25 January,  was attended more than 110 Approved Employers as well as finance leaders who hold regional positions from various industries.
At the lunch, guest speaker Nicholas Fang, Executive Director for the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) to share about the challenges and opportunities in the ASEAN region and the impact of BRI on the region. This is timely as Singapore takes the chair this year for ASEAN. The SIIA is Singapore’s oldest think-tank that focuses on research, analysis, and discussion of regional and international issues. They seek to bridge the gap between policymakers, private sector decision-makers and experts to shape public influence as well as impact policy and social responses.

The journey with our partners

Our partners shared their support and anticipation for ACCA Qualification – the future, applauding ACCA as being forward-thinking, addressing the needs from employers and also helping to future-proof accountants’ jobs.

Watch the video below:

Continuing the journey with our partners

ACCA Singapore’s Country Head, Reuter Chua, shared our vision with partners and invited them to explore new collaborations in the future with us – in talent recruitment and development; joint research and thought leadership initiatives; as well as networking events and joint CPD workshops for ACCA members.

We would like to thank all our employer parters for taking time out form their busy schedule to join us and we look forward to working with our partners in 2018.
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