The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and
the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) have signed an
agreement extending their existing co-operation to grow ACCA’s
global membership.

The MoU will see ACCA and ACT working together internationally
to promote the AMCT Diploma (Associate Member of the Association of
Corporate Treasurers) to ACCA’s global 147,000

The agreement enables ACCA members worldwide to access the
fast-track exemption programme to gain the ACT’s AMCT Diploma in
Treasury. It also entitles ACCA members wishing to take the
Certificate in International Treasury Management (CertITM) to a
reduced course fee, whether taking CertITM as part of AMCT or

 “By working together, ACCA and ACT will promote the
benefits that professionals bring to the effective management of
the organisations in which they work, especially those with complex
financial arrangements, ACCA executive brand director Neil
Stevenson said.

ACT Chief Executive Stuart Siddall said that working with ACCA
is very important to the organisation. 

“It extends our international reach and brings genuine mutual
and practical benefits to our respective members,” Siddall

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ACT student numbers have grown by over 60 per cent since April
2008 to reach 2,400. The agreement was signed at ACT’s annual
conference in Liverpool, England.