RegulationAccounting StandardsFixes required for new ICAEW website

Fixes required for new ICAEW website

New website on the blink, admits ICAEW

Problems with access to the ICAEW’s new website have prompted the institute
to flag up that it is not ‘working 100% at the moment’.

The institute has admitted that the new website, which went up on 31 March,
was being ‘rejigged’ and should be fixed soon.

‘I have just spent the past 2 hours trying to find the helpsheets relating to
practice assurance that were so easy to find on the old ICAEW website,’
complained Jessica May of Bowen & Co.

‘I have to re-log in every time I access a new page and then a lot of the
pages just redirect you back to the homepage.’

But May added that the institute had been very helpful dealing with her
query.

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