Irish regulator to begin work on 9 April

The Chartered
Accountants Regulatory Board
(CARB), the board established by the
Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland
to regulate chartered accountants in Ireland, is to formally begin its work on
9th April.

CARB will be independent from the Institute.

It was given the go ahead last month when the changes to the ICAI bye laws
necessary for its establishment were approved.

Dr Liam O’Reilly, former chief executive of the Financial Regulator, will the
first chairman of CARB.

Further reading:

Irish regulator names first-ever chairman

Irish accountants welcome threshold increase

Irish institute asks for audit rule deferral

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