Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies

Consultative Committee Of Accountancy Bodies

Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies

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The Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) is an umbrella group for the chartered professional bodies of British qualified accountants.

The CCAB was formed in 1974 and has six members:

The primary objective of the CCAB is to provide a forum for the member bodies to discuss issues of common concern, and where possible, to provide a common voice for the accountancy profession when dealing with the United Kingdom government.

All the British and Irish professional accountancy bodies with a Royal Charter were the founder members of the CCAB. The same six bodies are the United Kingdom professional bodies that belong to the International Federation of Accountants.

As of 2005, running costs were shared roughly in proportion to shares held, as follows: ICAEW 52%, ACCA 17%, CIMA 15%, CIPFA 6%, ICAS 7% and ICAI 3%., Accountancy Age, 7 Jul 2005

Many job advertisements for accountants in the United Kingdom specify CCAB qualified in cases where an employer wishes to hire a professional accountant, but has no specific preference as to which institute.

On 2 March 2011, CIMA announced that it would be leaving CCAB....
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