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ICAEW RECIPROCAL MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM

Please complete all sections of this form in block capitals and black ink. Please return all sections of this form to: Records, Finance, ICAEW, Metropolitan House, 321 Avebury Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 2FZ, United Kingdom For enquiries please call +44 (0)1908 248040

WORKING IN THE REGULATED AREAS
Will you be engaged in public practice or statutory audit work or insolvency or investment business? Do you already hold affiliate status with the ICAEW? No
Please proceed with your application.

UK/Europe
This could affect your application. Please call the Regulatory Advisory Team on +44 (0)1908 248293 before proceeding.

Rest of world
Please proceed with your application and provide a copy of your official company letter head so we can register the firm.

No
Please proceed with your application.

Yes
This could affect your application. Please call the Records Team on +44 (0)1908 248054 before proceeding.

YOUR DETAILS
Gender Preferred title
Other
Important – please note that the names given below will be the official names used for all ICAEW membership records, correspondence and the ICAEW Certificate of Membership.

Male Mr Mrs

Female Ms Dr Prof Date of birth Home Institute

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Surname/family name

Designatory letters

Membership number Forename(s)/given name(s) Date of admission

Residential address

Business address

postcode Telephone Fax Email Telephone Fax Email
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postcode

Preferred address for correspondence

Business address

Residential address

COMPLIMENTARY ACCESS TO THE FACULTIES AND SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
Please indicate which of the following Faculties and Special Interest Groups you wish to have three month complimentary membership of.
This offer is only available at the time of your ICAEW membership application.

Faculties Audit and Assurance Corporate Finance Finance & Management Financial Services Information Technology Tax

Special Interest Groups Charity & Voluntary Entertainment & Media Farming & Rural Business Forensic Healthcare Interim Management Non-Executive Directors Solicitors Tourism & Hospitality Public Sector Valuation

After your complimentary membership has finished you will be invited to take out a paid subscription. 1

MANDATORY DECLARATION
Please note that the Institute is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. You are required to declare any act or default likely to bring discredit on yourself, the Institute or the profession of accountancy. This includes (but is not limited to):
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Please read the following carefully and sign and date here in order to validate your application form.

any criminal offence or guilty plea to a criminal offence bankruptcy Individual Voluntary Arrangements failure to satisfy a judgement debt an adverse finding against you by a professional body or regulator

I hereby undertake that, if admitted to membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, I will be bound by the Royal Charter and by the bye-laws and regulations that are now in force and may hereafter from time to time be made. I declare that all the particulars relate to me and are correct.
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If any of the above apply (or you think there are similar matters which should be declared) details must be included with your application.

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SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION
I enclose the following supporting documentation: A copy of my membership certificate from my parent institute AND A current letter of good standing from my parent institute

PAYMENT SECTION
UK AND EUROPE REST OF WORLD Admission fee £0 Admission fee £250 Full year £272 Full year £165 Half year £136 Half year £82.50
Half year subscriptions will apply to all memberships starting on or after 1 July 2008. This is a one-off admission fee in addition to the annual subscription fee

TOTAL – Admission fee + Full year or Half year subscription = I wish to pay by: Payment by Credit card: ALL MAJOR CARDS ACCEPTED:
Name

please complete Credit card (Please complete details below)

Cheque (Payable to CHARTAC)

Visa / MasterCard / Amex / Maestro: (Please delete as appropriate) Card Number

Valid from (Maestro and Amex only) Signature

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Expiry date (All cards)

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Issue number (Maestro only)

Date

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For official use only

DATA PROTECTION The protection of personal privacy is an important concern to the ICAEW, and any personal data collected on this form will be treated in accordance with current data protection legislation.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Eligibility criteria
You are eligible to apply for reciprocal membership of ICAEW if you:
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Working in the regulated areas
The UK government regulates who may practise audit, insolvency and investment business. Individuals and firms working in these areas must be appropriately authorised. For more information please call +44 (0)1908 248293.

are a member of: The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) have obtained membership of your parent body by complying with its training and examinations requirements can provide documentary confirmation that you are a member in good standing

Designatory letters
ICAEW members may use the designatory letters ACA and title ‘chartered accountant’, subject to the regulations which apply to all ICAEW members.

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Continuing professional development
Members joining the ICAEW under these reciprocal arrangements will be expected to comply with ICAEW CPD requirements and make an annual declaration that they have done so.

Members joining ICAEW under these reciprocal arrangements must maintain membership of their parent body.

Code of ethics Practising certificates
Membership of ICAEW does not confer the right to practise accountancy or undertake work in the regulated areas of audit, insolvency or investment business. Members wishing to practise in the UK will be required to obtain an ICAEW practising certificate. To obtain an ICAEW practising certificate, members must satisfy the normal ICAEW requirements. For more information on practising certificates please call +44 (0)1908 248293. Members joining under these reciprocal arrangements will be expected to comply with the ICAEW Code of ethics For more information visit www.icaew.com/ethics

Fellowship
Fellowship of the ICAEW, irrespective of entry route or age, requires 10 years membership of the ICAEW and satisfactory evidence of CPD and good standing.

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