Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland


Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland
ICAI Ireland’s main professional accounting and external auditing organization. Established by royal charter in 1888 during the British colonial period, the ICAI is Ireland’s main professional body for accounting and external auditing. It is headquartered in Dublin, and its Web site describes its mission as follows: To "serve the public and promote chartered accountancy through achieving and maintaining the highest standards in the professional and technical competence of its members, in their education and training, and in their professional conduct." The ICAI publishes the magazine * Accountancy Ireland, and in 2003 it had approximately 13,000 members. Web site: www.icai.ie

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