PROFESSIONAL LEVEL OPTIONS

The Professional level is divided into two modules: Essentials and Options.

All students have to pass the three papers in the Essentials module. The Options module contains four papers, but you only need to complete two. This module allows you to specialise according to your chosen career path.

EXAM FORMAT OF EACH PAPER

Mode: Paper based exam

Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes

The pass mark for all ACCA Qualification examination papers is 50%.

All Professional level papers contain two sections. Section A is compulsory, but there will be some choice offered in Section B.

P4 Advanced Financial Management

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Optionals Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F2,F9,P1 and P2.

Related Papers:

 

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Explain and evaluate the role and responsibility of the senior financial executive or advisor in meeting conflicting needs of stakeholders and recognise the role of international financial institutions in the financial management of multinationals
  2. Evaluate potential investment decisions and assessing their financial and strategic consequences, both domestically and internationally
  3. Assess and plan acquisitions and mergers as an alternative growth strategy
  4. Evaluate and advise on alternative corporate re-organisation strategies
  5. Apply and evaluate alternative advanced treasury and risk management techniques

Syllabus Summary

Role of senior financial adviser in the multinational organisation

  1. The role and responsibility of senior financial executive/advisor
  2. Financial strategy formulation
  3. Ethical and governance issues
  4. Management of international trade and finance
  5. Strategic business and financial planning for multinational organisations
  6. Dividend policy in multinationals and transfer pricing

Advanced investment appraisal

  1. Discounted cash flow techniques
  2. Application of option pricing theory in investment decisions
  3. Impact of financing on investment decisions and adjusted present values
  4. Valuation and the use of free cash flows
  5. International investment and financing decisions

Acquisitions and mergers

  1. Acquisitions and mergers versus other growth strategies
  2. Valuation for acquisitions and mergers
  3. Regulatory framework and processes
  4. Financing acquisitions and mergers

Corporate reconstruction and re-organisation

  1. Financial reconstruction
  2. Business re-organisation

Treasury and advanced risk management techniques

  1. The role of the treasury function in multinationals
  2. The use of financial derivatives to hedge against forex risk
  3. The use of financial derivatives to hedge against interest rate risk
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P5 Advanced Performance Management

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Optionals Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F2,F5 and P3.

Related Papers:

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Use strategic planning and control models to plan and monitor organisational performance
  2. Assess and identify key external influences on organisational performance
  3. Identify and evaluate the design features of effective performance management information and monitoring systems
  4. Apply appropriate strategic performance measurement techniques in evaluating and improving organisational performance
  5. Advise clients and senior management on strategic business performance evaluation and on recognising vulnerability to corporate failure

Syllabus Summary

Strategic planning and control

  1. Strategic management accounting
  2. Performance hierarchy
  3. Performance management and control of the organisation
  4. Changes in business structure and management accounting
  5. Other environmental and ethical issues

External influences on organisational performance

  1. Impact of risk and uncertainty on performance management
  2. Impact of other external factors on performance management
  3. Performance measurement systems and design
  4. Performance management information systems
  5. Sources of management information
  6. Recording and processing methods
  7. Management reports

Strategic performance measurement

  1. Strategic performance measures in the private sector
  2. Divisional performance and transfer pricing issues
  3. Strategic performance measures in not-for- profit organisations
  4. Non-financial performance indicators
  5. The role of quality in management information and performance measurement systems
  6. Performance measurement and strategic human resource management issues
  7. Other behavioural aspects of performance measurement

Performance evaluation and corporate failure

  1. Alternative views of performance measurement and management
  2. Strategic performance issues in complex business structures
  3. Predicting and preventing corporate failure

 

 

P6 Advanced Taxation

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Optionals Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F6.

Related Papers:

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Apply further knowledge and understanding of the UK tax system through the study of more advanced topics within the taxes studied previously and the study of stamp taxes
  2. Identify and evaluate the impact of relevant taxes on various situations and courses of action, including the interaction of taxes
  3. Provide advice on minimising and/or deferring tax liabilities by the use of standard tax planning measures
  4. Communicate with clients, HM Revenue and Customs and other professionals in an appropriate manner.

Syllabus Summary

Knowledge and understanding of the UK tax system through the study of more advanced topics within the taxes studied previously and the study of stamp taxes.

  1. Income and income tax liabilities in situations involving further overseas aspects and in relation to trusts, and the application of additional exemptions and reliefs.
  2. Chargeable gains and capital gains tax liabilities in situations involving further overseas aspects and in relation to closely related persons and trusts, and the application of additional exemptions and reliefs.
  3. Inheritance tax in situations involving further aspects of the scope of the tax and the calculation of the liabilities arising, the principles of valuation and the reliefs available, transfers of property to and from trusts, overseas aspects and further aspects of administration.
  4. Corporation tax liabilities in situations involving overseas and further group aspects and in relation to special types of company, and the application of additional exemptions and reliefs.
  5. Stamp taxes
  6. Value added tax, tax administration and the UK tax system

The impact of relevant taxes on various situations and courses of action, including the interaction of taxes

  1. Taxes applicable to a given situation or course of action and their impact.
  2. Alternative ways of achieving personal or business outcomes may lead to different tax consequences.
  3. Taxation effects of the financial decisions made by businesses (corporate and unincorporated) and by individuals.
  4. Tax advantages and/or disadvantages of alternative courses of action.
  5. Statutory obligations imposed in a given situation, including any time limits for action and the implications of non-compliance.

Minimising and/or deferring tax liabilities by the use of standard tax planning measures

  1. Types of investment and other expenditure that will result in a reduction in tax liabilities for an individual and/or a business.
  2. Legitimate tax planning measures, by which the tax liabilities arising from a particular situation or course of action can be mitigated.
  3. The appropriateness of such investment, expenditure or measures, given a particular taxpayer’s circumstances or stated objectives.
  4. The mitigation of tax in the manner recommended, by reference to numerical analysis and/or reasoned argument.
  5. Ethical and professional issues arising from the giving of tax planning advice.
  6. Current issues in taxation.

Communicating with clients, HM Revenue and Customs and other professionals

  1. Communication of advice, recommendations and information in the required format.
  2. Presentation of written information, in language appropriate to the purpose of the communication and the intended recipient.
  3. Conclusions reached with relevant supporting computations.
  4. Assumptions made or limitations in the analysis provided, together with any inadequacies in the information available and/or additional information required to provide a fuller analysis.
  5. Other non-tax factors that should be considered.

 

 


P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance (Int.)

 

Course Duration: 70hrs

Estimated effort: 6 hours per week, plus 2-3 hours of self-study per week

Sept Session: Classes starting from 1st April, 15th April, 1st May,15th May,31st May

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ACCA–>Fundamental Level–>Optionals Module

Assumed Knowledge:

Relies on assumed knowledge from F8,P2 and P7.

Related Papers:

Aim

On successful completion of this paper, candidates should be able to:

  1. Recognise the legal and regulatory environment and its impact on audit and assurance practice
  2. Demonstrate the ability to work effectively on an assurance or other service engagement within a professional and ethical framework
  3. Assess and recommend appropriate quality control policies and procedures in practice management and recognise the auditor’s position in relation to the acceptance and retention of professional appointments
  4. Identify and formulate the work required to meet the objectives of audit assignments and apply the International Standards on Auditing
  5. Identify and formulate the work required to meet the objectives of non-audit assignments
  6. Evaluate findings and the results of work performed and draft suitable reports on assignments
  7. Understand the current issues and developments relating to the provision of audit- related and assurance services

Syllabus Summary

Regulatory Environment

  1. International regulatory frameworks for audit and assurance services
  2. Money laundering
  3. Laws and regulations

Professional and Ethical Considerations

  1. Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants
  2. Fraud and error
  3. Professional liability

Practice Management

  1. Quality control
  2. Advertising, publicity, obtaining professional work and fees
  3. Tendering
  4. Professional appointments

Audit of historical financial information

  1. Planning, materiality and assessing the risk of misstatement
  2. Evidence
  3. Evaluation and review
  4. Group audits

Other assignments

  1. Audit-related and assurance services
  2. Prospective financial information
  3. Forensic audits
  4. Internal audit
  5. Outsourcing
  6. The audit of performance information (pre-determined objectives) in public sector

Reporting

  1. Auditor’s reports
  2. Reports to those charged with governance and management
  3. Other reports

Current Issues and Developments

  1. Professional and ethical developments
  2. Transnational audits
  3. The audit of social, environmental and integrated reporting
  4. Other current issues
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