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ICAEW's Pathway too tough for ACCA, CIMA and CIPFA members

TS noted with interest, and some amusement, the recruitment figures from the ICAEW’s Pathways scheme.

In case you’d forgotten, Pathways was introduced a year ago by those within Moorgate Place to nab CIPFA, ACCA and CIMA members.

These members require five years’ experience and must be recommended by two ICAEW members. They are then required to undertake a case study.

The first figures from the institute reveal that just 61% of members who tried to join in the year passed.

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