The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and Morison KSi have renewed their global Memorandum of Understanding.
The ACCA and Morison KSi originally signed in 2017 and has been renewed by ACCA chief executive Helen Brand and Morison KSi global chairman Jean-Pierre Larroze to strengthen the connections between the two organisations.
Building on their work from the previous MoU, the ACCA and Morison KSi plan to:
- Provide access to initiatives and services that support attracting new finance and accounting talent.
- Run joint events in markets which are of mutual interest.
- Promote the global relationship between both organisations through internal communication channels.
- Identify opportunities to speak at events and share information and research insights that are mutually beneficial.
Brand said: “We’re really pleased to sign this updated MOU, to develop further our strong and strategic link with Morison KSi.
“Since 2017, we’ve worked together on a number of projects centred around talent and leadership, including showcasing our thinking at high level events and conferences.
“Renewing our MOU means there is more to come, so that we can better understand the present and future demands for the profession, while also continuing to share platforms to communicate our respective insights and views.’
Morison KSi CEO Memoria Lewis said: “Morison KSi is delighted to renew its Memorandum of Understanding with ACCA to demonstrate our commitment to global excellence for the accounting profession.
“As global organisations our members face the same challenges. By exploring emerging issues together and supporting knowledge sharing, we will work towards deeper understanding of the changes this profession faces.”