Chartered Accountant


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Chartered Accountant

A professionally licensed accountant in the United Kingdom and several current and former Commonwealth countries. In England and Wales, in order to qualify as a chartered accountant, one must pass 15 exams and have 450 days of work experience in the field. Furthermore, a chartered accountant must abide by ethical guidelines set by the relevant body and take continuing education classes. See also: Accountancy, Certified Public Accountant, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.
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The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) is the largest professional accountancy body in Europe, with over 126,000 members.
Shadow Foreign Secretary and former Welsh Secretary William Hague will be the guest speaker at the dinner, organised by the South Wales Society of Chartered Accountants at Cardiff City Hall on October 16.
Career progression has been identified in the survey as one of the key drivers in attracting and retaining chartered accountants.
Now, more than ever, businesses need the specialised support only chartered accountants can provide.
A Middlesbrough FC season ticket holder, Emma enjoys going to the gym, swimming and is also Teesside representative of the Northern Chartered Accountants Students' Society.
The University's Financial Director, Andrew McConnell, has been selected as President of the local Huddersfield Society of Chartered Accountants and is the first Financial Director from a new university to be appointed to the board of the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
Speak to a chartered accountant before you start your business ( he or she can help you make the right decisions right from the start.
To qualify as a chartered accountant, ACA students need to pass the ICAEW exams and complete a training contract, which lasts between three and five years.
Start-ups should speak to a chartered accountant before they start their business.
Born in Carlisle, Mr Graham qualified as a chartered accountant in 1964 with E J Williams & Co, where his late father Donald was a partner.
Typical of OPI's professional staff, the 1,000th employee is a female Chartered Accountant with nine years of practical work experience, who was living and working in Mumbai.
Mr Bilimoria, who qualified as a chartered accountant in 1986, founded Cobra Beer 15 years ago at the age of 27.

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