Royal British association of accountants notes high level of training at RANEPA
Three graduation projects implemented by students from the Accounting, Analysis and Audit program at RANEPA Department of Finance and Banking (DFB) have been recognized by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). The projects focused on subjects that are the most relevant today – ESG disclosure in corporate reporting, financial accounting of crypto assets, and how the new lease accounting rules affect tenant companies’ finances.
Tatyana Gerashchenko, head of ACCA office in Russia and a member of the attestation commission, emphasized that the graduates’ training met the highest international standards and helped them cope with modern challenges. She also thanked DFB Dean Seda Nasibyan and head of the Accounting, Analysis and Audit Department Yelena Chipurenko for the opportunity to take part in the graduation projects’ defense process.
Overall, in 2021, 55 of 88 new graduates in four Economics specialties at DFB RANEPA earned full marks for their final projects. The acknowledgement from a global finance and accounting professional association confirmed the high educational standards at the school. ACCA is involved in capacity building for the financial profession around the world, and its members have great opportunities for further professional development, communication and exchange of professional experience within the financial community.