Ernst & Young is to support the ICAEW qualifications again having
abandoned it at the turn of the century.
The chief executive at ICAEW, Michael Izza, announced at this week’s council
meeting that Ernst & Young will be taking the institutes students.
Ernst & Young currently supports Scottish qualification ICAS and has no
plans to stop using them.
Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and RBS, after “teething problems”, will all be
taking ICAEW students next year.
Izza also revealed the institute would not achieve the target of 1,000
international students this year, but should break that number in early 2010.
The AAT has become the first accountancy body to sign the Women in Finance Charter, which is designed to help achieve gender balance in the financial services industry
New government measures to target abuse of a VAT simplification scheme may have 'unwelcome consequences' for small businesses, says the institute
Fiona Wilkinson to take up the position in June 2017
The AAT will deliver the end point assessments for the apprenticeships