ACCA Awards RBS with Global Accreditation for Trainee and Professional Development
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been presented with the ‘Global Accreditation for Trainee development and Professional development’ by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), a global accountancy body. This respected award is presented to the employers who achieve highest standards for the development and training of their workers and aim to encourage the continuous growth of their ACCA staff.
The certificates were presented to RBS by the Head of ACCA Scotland, Craig Vickery, at an event (Learning at Work) held in Gogarburn, Edinburgh. At the event, Craig stated that receiving this honor indicates RBS’s commitment towards the development of its employees. He continued that ACCA seeks to develop this relation further to support RBS in producing future finance and accounting professionals around the globe.
The director of global finance services of RBS, Victoria North, said that he and his team is pleased that RBS has been presented with this award. Victoria added that irrespective of the location, RBS meets high standards to assist its employees in their professional growth and development. He continued that being an ACCA approved employer is vital for them as it will be beneficial for RBS teams in different locations such as India and Portland.
The 4 locations of RBS were needed to work in association with the ACCA in order to gain the certifications. In this respect, the RBS offices in India, Singapore, Poland and UK had collaborated with ACCA.
While summing up, the Head of ACCA Scotland Craig Vickery stated that the four of RBS offices have collaborated with the ACCA in order to achieve the certifications. This indicates the strong commitment of RBS. Fe further said that the ACCA requires its members to constantly update their professional skills and knowledge during their careers and we have designed a program that assists in developing and maintaining the skills and knowledge to be successful in global dynamic economy.