A deal has been struck between the
and the Bangladesh institute over the developing the profession.
The ICAEW will work with the Insititute of Chartered Accountants of
develop the accounting and auditing professions in the region.
The memorandum of understanding was agreed by ICAEW president Martin Hagen
and ICAB president Nasir U Ahmed at a ceremony in Dhaka.
They will work together on a new ICAB qualification, which originally started
as part of a Ministry of Commerce project in the country. Both will look at
examining requirements allowing members of one body to access the other, and
liaise on technical matters.
“The ICAEW and the ICAB have over the last couple of years developed a very
fruitful relationship through the joint work to strengthen the accountancy
profession in Bangladesh,” said Hagen.
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