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ACA

noun
 
 
ACCOUNTING abbreviation for Association of the Institute of Chartered Accountants: used after a person's name to show that they are a member of the Association: David Harries, ACA
FINANCE, INSURANCE abbreviation for Association of Consulting Actuaries: an organization in the UK that represents actuaries (= people whose job is to calculate risk) who give advice to companies on pension plans, investments, etc.: The ACA has today published a report on the future of UK occupational pension provision.
(Definition of ACA from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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