When you give a secretariat millions of £ in subscription income and award them telephone number salaries, it is inevitable you get ferocious tigers!
So why does ACCA take or deserve such a vast subscription income when
all they are required to do is run a secretariat for members and
set exams so that only a restricted number of students pass? Someone
famous said "Voters get the government they deserve" and that is
precisely what the apathetic proxy-vote has done. So, why do ACCA members
now feel aggrieved when they
see the fruits of what they have sown? To restore the balance, the annual subscription for ACCA's members should be halved straight away and ACCA's leadership somehow humbled to what they are supposed to be, just servants of ACCA's hard-working professionals.
Jaffer Manek FCCA FCEA, London, UK