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ACCA Economic Confidence Survey
by Steve Priddy - Director of Technical Policy and Research

As finance professionals, managers and advisers to business, ACCA members (and students) face challenging times in 2009.

We appreciate that the current economic climate may have affected your personal business and career prospects as well as conditions in your local and national economy. Your views can help ACCA determine how best to support our members and students and advise policymakers around the world.

This is the third survey in our quarterly Economic Confidence series. First, we would like to say thank you to those who completed our previous surveys. The feedback provided some very interesting insight into how confidence is changing. 

I hope that you will take the opportunity to share your thoughts on these matters over the last three months, by taking part in ACCA's third Economic Confidence Survey. This will take about fifteen minutes of your time and your individual responses will not be disclosed to any third parties. All participants will receive advanced access to the results.

We will also publish the findings of this survey, and subsequent surveys on this topic, in accounting&business magazine and also on our dedicated microsite:

I also hope that you will be willing to take part in future surveys as we continue to monitor developments around the world on a quarterly basis; if you choose not to, you will be able to opt out of future surveys on this topic simply by choosing the appropriate option at the end of the survey.

Please click here to launch the survey.

Please respond by Wednesday 19 August 2009.

Should you have any problems accessing the survey, or wish to make any other comments, please e-mail:

On behalf of ACCA, I thank you for your support.

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