LAHORE:September 05: Results from the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Examinations in June 2012 show that a record number of students have successfully completed their final exams. Candidates around the world took almost 370,000 papers, with 7,160 students successfully completing their final ACCA exams, representing a 13.4% increase on last session.
Alan Hatfield, ACCA director – learning, said: We congratulate those who have succeeded in their exams and we are delighted to see that more than 7,000 have completed their examinations, having been able to demonstrate the financial knowledge and professional skills which are needed by organizations in challenging economic conditions.
Commenting on the continuing success of students in their ACCA qualifications in Pakistan, Arif Masud Mirza, head of ACCA Pakistan said: We are very pleased to see students performing exceptionally well in their examinations and commencing their professional careers. Employers in all sectors want finance professionals who can offer strategic insight, vision, and support, all of which are vital to creating and sustaining value to their organisations. Business leaders are not only looking at how to steer a course through stormy economic waters, but are looking to the future – to how they can create and sustain as much value from their businesses an possible.The news.