RegulationAccounting StandardsACCA Scotland appoints new head

ACCA Scotland appoints new head

Craig Vickery takes top Scottish ACCA role

Craig Vickery is the new head of of
ACCA
Scotland
. He previously worked as a business development manager in
ACCA UK’s employer business relationships team.

The Coopers & Lybrand-trained accountant, who is also ICAS-qualified,
joined the institute as a training manager in 2000.

“I intend to make sure ACCA is well-placed to articulate the voice of the
Scottish businesses community throughout and beyond these difficult times,”
said Vickery.

He replaces Andrew Leck, who was previously appointed head of ACCA in the UK.

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