Head of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Ghana(ACCA) has challenges accountants to pick up specializations to increase their relevance in the industry
The Chairman of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Network Panel, Henry Tetteh Djangmah, has thrown a challenge to accountants in the country to seek specialization.
He said this at the induction of 207 accountants who had graduated.
He says specialising is necessary in the effective discharge of duties as well as meet new trends.
On her part, the Country Manager of ACCA, Doris Ahiati, charged the new members to think ahead and find permanent solutions to the myriad of challenges facing the financial Industry.
“When you take every setup, you will find the finance department, because finance is about resource management,” she said.
She also noted that the industry faces a great hurdle in identifying experts to critically analyze problems and see to the completion of projects.
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"Today’s accountant she says should be equipped with back-to-back solutions to projects so that you don’t have projects stalling midway because you didn’t access the resources properly".