Michelle Moore of HLB Kidsons, Glasgow, together with 330 of her fellow trainees brought the Scottish institute to it 2001 milestone.
Andrew Christie, ICAS president, said: ‘Welcoming new members to ICAS is one of the most pleasurable duties for any president. Being president as we welcome our 15,000th member is particularly memorable and I look forward to meeting Michelle and the rest of our new members at the awards ceremony.
ICAS will be hosting an awards ceremony in Febrary to celebrate the new intake.
The institute’s rapid expansion is largely attributable to the growth in its student intake in 2000 with the arrival of England-based trainees from Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers to study for the ICAS qualification.
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