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.
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 of 100 Best Global Brands employ Chartered Accountants
Chartered Accountants work in more than 190 countries worldwide
More than 50 of the FTSE 100 have a Chartered Accountant as CFO
Chartered Accountants Around The World
By Megan Reitz, John Higgins, and Emma Day-Duro Leaders tend to be ill-equipped to handle outspoken employees. But with employee activism on the rise, leaders need to be wary of mishandling their response. These missteps can be damaging for leaders and companies, which can suffer from reputational damage and ongoing employee […]
In this short, special series, we speak to members about the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy and how it has shaped their careers. In this first episode, we speak to the experts in Chartered Accountants Ireland about a recent announcement from the Head of Education Delivery, the benefits of the flexible route and what it means for employers.
In 2019/20, stress, depression and anxiety accounted for 51% of work-related ill health cases, according to new HSE research.