Institutes row set to rumble on

Institutes row set to rumble on

The ongoing row over the ICAEW's attempts to recruit members from other accounting institutes rumbles on

Following CIMA chief executive Charles Tilley’s complaint that the ICAEW was
looking to poach its most senior members, claiming the move would ‘confuse the
marketplace, Accountancy Age has learned that further correspondence
between CIMA and the Professional Oversight Board has taken place.

But despite the high profile nature of the spat between the two institutes,
further details have not been made available.

A CIMA spokeswoman said that correspondence from the POB had been received,
but was unable to provide more information about the nature of the discussions.
The POB would not comment on the subject.

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