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ICAEW Pathways To Membership
08-23-2010, 02:50 PM,
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ICAEW Pathways To Membership
AOA ALL!
ICAEW Join via Pathways to Membership
Qualified members of ACCA, CIMA, CIPFA, MICPA, CPA Australia or AICPA with a minimum of five years' full membership and post-qualification experience in an accounting and/or business environment may apply to join the ICAEW through the Pathways to Membership programme.

Application requirements
To be eligible to apply under the Pathways programme you must be one of the following

A full member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
A member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
A member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA)
A member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
A member of CPA Australia
A member of the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)
Membership must have been gained through the normal examination and training route. We do not accept membership obtained through reciprocity agreements, full credit/exemption schemes or similar schemes with another accountancy body.

You must also

have a minimum of five years’ full membership and relevant post-qualification experience in an accounting and/or business environment
have complied with the CPD requirements of your existing professional accountancy body
provide us with a letter from your current professional body(ies)
confirming that you have a good disciplinary record , no outstanding complaints against you and that they know of no ethical or other reason why you could not be admitted to the ICAEW; or
advising us of the details of any disciplinary record or outstanding complaint(s) and confirming that there is no further ethical or other reason why you could not be admitted to the ICAEW.
AICPA and MICPA members who join the ICAEW under the Pathways to Membership scheme must maintain their home body membership.
Support by a sponsor
Your application for membership must be supported by a sponsor. The role of the sponsor is to verify that the information provided by you in the application form and the answers to the Examination of Experience are accurate and a true representation of your work.

If you work for an organisation that is not an ICAEW authorised training employer (ATE), your sponsor must be an ICAEW member. This member must

have been a member of the ICAEW for at least five years
have known you for at least three years and have detailed knowledge of your work, ideally by working closely with you, for at least three of the past five years
have a good disciplinary record
comply with the ICAEW continuing professional development (CPD) regulations.

SourceICAEW Website @ http//www.icaew.com/index.cfm/route/125720/icaew_ga/en/Home/Join_us/Members_of_other_professional_bodies/Pathways_to_membership/Join_via_Pathways_to_Membership

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