ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants. The aim of ACCA is to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application who seek an international career in accounting, finance and management. ACCA acts as a driving force in the accounting profession constantly aiming at improving the working methods.Website
The Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK Romania) officially represents the German economy in Romania. As a bilateral Chamber and members’ organisation, it represents the interests of Romanian and German companies, and those of its members before the public authorities, and, thus, serves as a central player in the development of the Romanian-German economic relations.Website
The American Chamber of Commerce in Romania (AmCham Romania) is a non-profit and non-political organisation promoting the economic and commercial interests of the US, the local and the international business community in Romania.
Nowadays, AmCham has over 300 members, consisting largely of American companies.
The Association of Students in Accounting and Management Information Systems emerged in April of 2002 as a necessity in building a bridge of communication between the students and the Academy of Economic Studies, and for facilitating the access to useful information on obtaining internships, jobs, scholarships and other opportunities. ASCIG has continuously supported non-formal education, and has constantly set new challenges for the students. The association currently focuses on professional and social & cultural projects.Website
The British Chamber of Commerce officially represents the British economy in Romania by promoting bilateral trade and investment between the UK and Romania. The mission of BRCC is to increase trade between the two countries through a business-to-business dialogue. BRCC plays a major part in creating and supporting an environment in which free exchange and investment flourish. By facilitating partnerships and thanks to its extensive network of influential members, both corporate and individual, the British Chamber of Commerce provides resources, knowledge and infrastructure to assist English companies so that they might take advantage of the opportunities present in the local market, and so that Romanian companies might also do business in the UK market in optimal conditions.Website
The mission of the Chamber of Financial Auditors of Romania (“CAFR”) is to build, on a solid foundation, the identity and public recognition of the profession of financial auditor in Romania; its primary objective is the sustained development of the profession and its strengthening with Auditing Standards and the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct in financial audit, by adopting in full the International Standards and the Code of Ethics of IFAC, allowing financial auditors, who are members of CAFR, to provide high quality financial audit services, in the public interest, in general, and in the interest of the business community, in particular.Website
The Chamber of Tax Consultants consists of active and inactive members who are tax consultants and are enrolled in the Register of Tax Consultants and Tax Consultancy Companies.
The Chamber of Tax Consultants provides access to the profession of tax consultant and ensures the permitting for the tax consultancy business and its organisation and coordination.
The Body of Expert and Licensed Accountants of Romania is an autonomous legal entity of public utility, which includes chartered accountants and certified accountants, as well as accounting expertise companies and accounting companies as laid down by law.
By means of a delegation from the public authority, CECCAR grants and withdraws the right to practise the profession of chartered accountant and certified accountant and has the right to check the competence and morality of its members and the quality of the services rendered by them.
Created in 1996, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Romania (CCIFER) is currently the fruit of several years of consolidation and development. At the moment, CCIFER gathers over 400 member companies, of which 60% are SMEs. Moreover, CCIFER brings together the big names of French investment in Romania. CCIFER and its members are open to innovative ideas that are subsequently implemented in business and community projects; it supports its members to be competitive and grow in the market, thus contributing to the growth of the Romanian economy.Website
C.FAC (the Francophone Business Club in Cluj) is the francophone network of companies and individuals holding decision-making positions in the enterprises, institutions and administrative bodies of Cluj. With its over forty members, the Club contributes to the economic development and promotion of francophony in the Cluj region. Thus, regionally, C.FAC is part of the structure called International Committee, which brings together the business clubs of Cluj and, nationally, the Club is part of the French network of institutions, working to support common values alongside CCIFER, the French Embassy, Business France and many others.Website