ACCA to announce new chief executive
After over two years of dithering and indecision, the ACCA's controllers
have finally found a replacement for its current chief executive, Anthea
Rose. 'Insiders' have told AABA that the council will be informed of
the new person during its meeting on 17 April 2003.
Despite taking early retirement Rose would continue as a 'consultant' for
a substantial salary. This means that the new person will not have the opportunity
to shape ACCA policies. An earlier candidate for the job withdrew for this
According to the latest ACCA annual
accounts, she can retire at an annual pension of £136,000, considerably
more than the earnings of most working ACCA members. Rose is not an ACCA
member and does not have any professional professional qualifications.