RegulationAccounting StandardsICAEW strikes new deal with Chinese institute

ICAEW strikes new deal with Chinese institute

ICAEW looks to Chinese co-operation over qualifications

The ICAEW has agreed a deal with Chinese institute CICPA to look into the
possibility of achieving mutual credits for their members.

A joint project team will be set up to explore crossovers in their respective
qualifications, to enable members to gain credits for prior learning.

The two institutes entered into a deal last year for the ICAEW to train 50 of
its counterparts’ members to top up their qualifications.

ACCA has operated a training programme in China since 1990, and ICAS is
currently in discussions for co-operation in the country.

Further reading:

ICAEW to train Chinese
accountants

ICAS shifts focus
internationally

Chinese institute recruits ACCA

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