The Association of Certified Chartered Economists (ACCE) has charged its new inductees to be professional in the line of duty.

Chartered members, according to the association need to consider mentorship in order to fast track their experience and confidence building.

Members have also been asked to adhere to professional code since ethical requirements are meant to ensure that they practice professionally and objectively.

Head of Operations of the ACCE, Konadu Yiadom appealed to all chartered members to use their acquired certificates to contribute meaningfully to the economic development of the various organizations, private businesses and national development.

“We deem it right to be professional always in our activities. They are good in their respective fields and I expect them to continue with the good works”

“Over the years the association has been working tirelessly to support its members” he said.

ACCE charges new inductees to exude professionalism

Dean at the University of Cape Coast School of Business, Professor John Gatsi at the event said the reduction of the Electronic Transaction Levy to 1 percent should be complemented with a robust system avert leakages.

He said the knee-jerk approach to the expansion of the revenue base domestically is hurting the economy, hence government should be proactive.

Prof Gatsi advised the government to ensure a strict regulation on the financial system of the country.

“It’s not about the reduction of the e-levy but we need to be proactive in dealing with revenue mobilization. It is a good call on the side of government but more should be done to expand it”, he stated.

The ACCE is the global association of Economics Professionals.

ACCE mission is to be a global leader one Economics training maintaining the top economics professional training and certification standards worldwide.

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