RegulationAccounting StandardsIrish regulator opens for business

Irish regulator opens for business

Body which will regulate 16,000 accountants in Ireland

The Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board
(CARB),
the body which will regulate 16,000 accountants in Ireland, has
begun operating in Dublin.

The board also launched its website,
www.carb.ie

The establishment of CARB comes into effect following a decision by the Irish
institute – ICAI – to set up the regulator. 

Further reading:

Irish regulator to begin work on 9 April

Irish regulator names first-ever chairman

Independent board for Irish accountants

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