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Have your say: are the institutes still relevant?

Vote in our exclusive poll on the importance of the profession's representative bodies today

Are the institutes still
relevant?

They are the voice of the profession, and, in awarding accounting
qualifications, the standard-bearers of the accounting kite-marks of quality.

But the institutes have taken a battering in recent years; with division and
back-biting, rather than a positive and unified voice, often the norm.

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