Chartered Accountants: The Standard The World Follows

Combining unrivalled knowledge, skill and commitment, Chartered Accountants enable businesses, organisations, individuals and communities to achieve their financial and strategic goals – with rigour, integrity and vision.

Chartered Accountants were founders of the accountancy profession and have led its global development.

Today they hold influential positions around the world as business leaders, decision-makers and trusted advisers. From the largest listed companies to the most interesting and influential organisations, you’ll find a Chartered Accountant shaping their success.

Difference Makers

New initiative positions Chartered Accountants as difference makers

Chartered Accountants Worldwide is launching a new strategic initiative aimed at positioning Chartered Accountants as reliable, trusted voices and catalysts for change to help get businesses and economies moving again.

Using the organising concept of ‘Difference Makers’, the programme connects the role of Chartered Accountants…

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Chartered Accountants in Numbers

100%

100 of 100 Best Global Brands employ Chartered Accountants

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Chartered Accountants work in more than 190 countries worldwide

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More than 50 of the FTSE 100 have a Chartered Accountant as CFO

Chartered Accountants Around The World

Success Stories

what to expect from 2022

What to expect from 2022 – Part 1

ICAEW Chief Executive and Chair of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, Michael Izza, looks at the biggest issues facing business and the wider economy, with help from experts from around the Institute. The global economy is going through significant change at the moment, some of it long term, some of it short. For […]

merlin

Robert Galbraith CA on how theme-park giant Merlin weathered the pandemic

Diligence, resilience and diversity are the holy trinity when faced with a global crisis.

Robert Galbraith CA, Head of Finance at Merlin Entertainments Japan, tells Nick Scott how the theme-park giant weathered the storm to get hearts racing again

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Lord Michael Hastings on improving corporate citizenship

Lord Michael Hastings tells Laurence Eastham how far business has come in recognising its responsibilities to society – but why the journey has really only just begun.

Business has incorporated a new language. It’s one that gives values and purpose equal rank alongside revenue and profit. And it’s a shift that reflects a growing consensus that the priv09ate sector must exist to serve planet and society, rather than solely shareholders. Profit still carries critical importance, but it is no longer king.

Be Social

A carbon border adjustment mechanism, or CBAM, puts a cost on the carbon footprint of imports.

Will the advent of CBAMs nudge up the carbon price? Common sense says it will, but politics and short-term interests could still play a part. Read more in @AcuityMag

#ClimateChange ...https://t.co/uSxl77Il2U

The EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) is set to start in 2023. How will it work? And will it do anything to reduce global carbon emissions? #CBAM
https://bit.ly/3fsV5F5
@Chartered_Accts

2nd interview in our #Governance Webcast Series launched featuring @DrennanIan, Director of Corporate Enforcement, @odce , & Niall Fitzgerald (@CharteredAccIrl ) discussing the role of corporate #enforcement & implications for company directors in Ireland. https://t.co/tbl2ynuzab

Join us this week for the Charity Conference taking place over two days. Hear expert updates on the areas of charity accounting, regulation, governance and taxation > https://t.co/iKawwqEsv3
#icaewCharity #icaewEvents

ICAEW Chief Executive and Chair of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, Michael Izza, discusses non-financial reporting, public sector finances, and the big tech trends of 2022.

What to expect from 2022 – Part 2
https://charteredaccountantsworldwide.com/expect-2022-part-2/
...@MichaelIzza @ICAEW

As we approach the infamous Blue Monday (Jan 17th), we are conscious of those in our profession who may be struggling with their mental health. @CharteredAccIrl has compiled a list of tips to help you tackle those January blues.
https://charteredaccountantsworldwide.com/tackling-blue-monday/

ICAEW Chief Executive and Chair of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, Michael Izza, looks at the biggest issues facing business and the wider economy, with help from experts from around the Institute.

What to expect from 2022 - Part 1
...https://charteredaccountantsworldwide.com/what-to-expect-from-2022-part-1/
@ICAEW @MichaelIzza

Don't miss this upcoming webinar from @ICASaccounting and @TheMarketingSoc, featuring Jonny Jacobs (@1jonnyj) and Geoff McDonald (@geoffmcdonald1)

'The importance of mental health and wellbeing as a strategic priority in business.' ...https://charteredaccountantsworldwide.com/event/importance-mental-health-wellbeing-strategic-priority-business/

January can be tough, so this month we are focusing on mental wellness in the profession. We have collated a range of great online resources from our member institutes to help you to overcome personal and professional challenges. https://bit.ly/januarywellness

In 2021, 197 Parties agreed the Glasgow Climate Pact at #COP26.

We finalised the #ParisAgreement and kept 1.5 degrees within reach.

This year, we all must go further and continue to step up #ClimateAction ahead of #COP27 🌍

Digitalisation is supercharging business practice, but it must not happen at the expense of accessibility and equality, Baroness Lane Fox tells @easthamlaurence.

👉 Read now in our CA magazine: https://t.co/S801vaKO95