Icai Agreement With Uk

On Saturday 18 November, uk Chapter ICAI, in collaboration with Assets India UK and News 18, organised a panel discussion: 1. Is Indian real estate a good bet according to RERA &GST for LES ANIS 2? While the Indian real estate market is likely to grow with economic growth, the event was very well attended by more than 50 members. NEW DELHI – The supreme accounting body, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, has renewed the reciprocity agreement with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to increase the mobility of skilled workers. Within the country, the Institute is represented by its nominees on important committees of various governmental organizations such as the Central Advisory Committee of the Administrations of India (GOI); Reserve Bank of India Sub-Committee (Audit) of the Financial Supervisory Board; SEBI Primary Market Advisory Committee; SEBI Committee on Substantial Acquisition of Shares &Takeover Regulations; RBI Informal Advisory Group on BNPCs; RBI Group for the Evaluation of the Internal Audit System in Banks As part of its role in supporting a proactive process towards better governance, the institution is called upon to interact with the various Indian regulatory/legal authorities on issues of interest concerning the profession and others. For its part, the Institute provides those responsible for governance with the extensive experience of its structure and its members. As part of this process, the Institute regularly provides technical advice and necessary input on the following: ”It would help improve the professional opportunities of Indian professionals by facilitating the recognition in Britain of local accounting professionals in addition to the existing IACI qualification,” said Prafulla P Chhajed, IACI President. The pact, renewed on Wednesday, ”shows the strengthening of relations and the continued commitment of ICAO and ICAEW to cooperate even more closely to build a world of strong economies with the best professional capabilities,” the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAO) said in a press release. Das Institut bietet nun auch Post-Qualification-Kurse in Information Systems Audit and Insurance, Risk Management und Trade Laws & WTO an. . . .