Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (the Institute) is the professional accounting body representing Chartered Accountants in Australia.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia was constituted by Royal Charter in 1928. The Institute now operates under a Supplemental Royal Charter (amended from time to time) granted by the Governor-General on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II on 19 August 2005.

Business Leader Awards

The Institute hosts the annual awards; Australia's highest accolade in business. The Business Leader Awards recognise and celebrate outstanding business leadership in Australian organisations across a whole spectrum of industries.

Nominees for the Business Leader Awards are judged on their ability to demonstrate visionary leadership, exhibit best practice, show innovation and take risks, foster positive employee relations and contribute to the community as well as displaying honesty and integrity.

See also

* List of Australian organisations with royal patronage
* Accountant
* Business Leader Awards
* Chartered Accountant
* CPA Australia
* GAA
* IFACnet
* International Qualification Examination
* National Institute of Accountants

External links

* [http://charteredaccountants.com.au Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia]
* [http://charteredaccountants.com.au/program The Institute's Chartered Accountant Program]
* [http://charteredaccountants.com.au/training The Institute's Training & Development]
* [http://www.ifacnet.com/ IFACnet - A KnowledgeNet for Accountants in Business]
* [http://www.icaa.org.uk/ The Institute’s UK Members' Group]
* [http://www.thinkresources.com.au/ Think Resources - A recruitment firm run by CA accredited members]


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