ACCA 2000 ANNUAL ACCOUNTS - ECONOMICAL WITH INFORMATION AS USUAL
During the year 2000, ACCA claims to have spent £612,000 in communications
with members. But the glossy photos and self congratulatory letters have
failed to give members any of the following:
Interested members may wish to ask questions at the AGM. But ACCA leadership
does not encourage that. It fails to produce minutes of the AGM. The AGM
is the only face-to-face contact between the leadership and members. It
is the only time members can ask questions. But ACCA does not to tolerate
dialogue. ACCA President speaks for more that 30-35 minutes at each
AGM. S/he arbitrarily decides to allow members to speak for only 3 minutes.
The main priority for the leadership is to have their lunch and get rid
of the members as quickly as possible.
Geographical composition of the members.
Analysis of the UK membership by ethnicity.
Decline in the new membership from the UK.
ACCA's ejection from IFAC
ACCA's failure to influence the UK government.
Any plan or strategy for the medium to long-term.
The number of students who pass their exams at the first attempt.
Details of the lawsuit in India.
Details of the financial packages enjoyed by chief executive and ACCA directors.
Circumstances surrounding ACCA President Moyra Kedslie’s departure from
The number of parties (including journalists) who received threatening
letters from ACCA management and its lawyers.
Until members directly elect the leadership, they will never be able
to direct the ACCA's future and shape its policies. Until that time, ACCA
will remain a Abit part players.