The Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC) is the lead agency that spearheads the development of Singapore’s accountancy sector with the vision of developing Singapore into a leading global accountancy hub. SAC is working to achieve this by deepening the skills of the accountancy talent pool; developing the industry; and creating a hub and exchange by building Singapore into a centre for thought leadership. It is a statutory body under the Ministry of Finance.
Singapore: The Leading Global Accountancy Hub
We develop for Singapore a vibrant accountancy sector that enables the economy to grow, businesses to thrive and talent to flourish.
We respect and support each other, and work towards providing valuable insights for the sector.
We uphold honesty and fairness in all our activities to build trust and reliability within the organisation and with our stakeholders.
We bring together diverse stakeholders in the Singapore accountancy sector and work with them to realise shared goals.
We contribute to the strategic direction and development of the Singapore accountancy sector, with a deep understanding of the needs and aspirations of all our stakeholders.
The four strokes represent the four key values of SAC: professionalism, integrity, collaboration and relevance. Together, and shaped into a globe, the symbol expresses our international aspirations.
The nine segments, delineated by the globe, represent nine key recommendations by the Committee to Develop the Accountancy Sector (CDAS), with the tenth recommendation, the setting up of SAC, strategically positioned in the centre.
Finally, red and black are the colours commonly associated with accountancy.