Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean (ICAEC) was launched on June 17, 2004 after the agreement was ratified. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean (ICAEC) was launched on June 17, 2004 after the agreement was ratified by members of the OECS, including Grenada, Montserrat St.

Operating as usual

27/05/2020

Talking Exports - Tips for Leaders During Turbulent Times

This webinar focus on how SME leaders can meet client needs in this new era of business. Find more webinars at www.carib-export.com/webinars

22/11/2019

Active session on IFRS for SME with our visiting colleague Andrew Brathwaite

21/11/2019

Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean's cover photo

21/11/2019

Grenada’s accounting group at training on Data Analytics with Andre Knights

17/11/2019

Full brunch being enjoyed

17/11/2019

Opening event of Grenada’s Accountants week at The Tower Estate

icac.org.jm 06/02/2018

New Leadership Elected To Lead ICAC For 2017-2018 - Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean (ICAC)

http://www.icac.org.jm/news/214-new-leadership-elected-to-lead-icac-for-2017-2018

icac.org.jm The 36th Annual ICAC Caribbean Conference will be hosted by the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) on June 21 - 23, 2018 at The Atlantis Hotel in Nassau, Bahamas.

icac.org.jm 06/02/2018

Correspondent Banking Crisis – Does it Affect Accountants?

http://www.icac.org.jm/explore/icac/videos/video/6-correspondent-banking-crisis-does-it-affect-accountants

icac.org.jm The 36th Annual ICAC Caribbean Conference will be hosted by the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) on June 21 - 23, 2018 at The Atlantis Hotel in Nassau, Bahamas.

nowgrenada.com 09/11/2017

Video: ICAEC’s 2nd Annual Accountants Week: Navigating the Challenges Ahead

nowgrenada.com “On Saturday night all ACCA members on island were recognised and awarded by ACCA Caribbean with a special commendation for the longest serving members currently in practice: WR Agostini (44 years) and Henry Joseph (43 years).”

27/10/2017

Betty presenting to Mr Lad

27/10/2017

Cyber security sessions very well attended

gbn.gd 24/10/2017

GBN TV

Town hall Meeting Live on GBN from 8 pm

http://gbn.gd/en/gbnnews/10/162/GBN-TV.htm

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[10/24/17]   Live GBN Townhall meeting

icaec.org 14/10/2017

ICAEC - Grenada Branch Accountants Week Oct 22 to 28th, 2017 | Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean

http://www.icaec.org/schedules/view/19

icaec.org ICAEC - Grenada Branch invites All to their Accountants Week to be held Oct 22 to 28, 2017.  The week’s activities include a church service, training opportunities, a career day and a gala evening. Our keynote speaker is Conrad Enill, former Minister of Energy, and minister in the Ministry of Financ...

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The new President of ICAC closing the conference

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Most Caribbean Countries Have Adopted or Are in the Process of Implementing IPSAS According to a New Study From IFAC and the ICAC | IFAC

ifac.org Nearly 60% of Caribbean countries included in a recent survey have already adopted International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) or national accounting standards based on IPSAS, and the remaining 40% are at various stages of the implementation process according to Accrual Practices and Re...

17/05/2017

Nearly 75% of OECD Countries Have Now Adopted Accrual Accounting Practices According to a New Study from IFAC and the OECD | IFAC

ifac.org Nearly three-quarters of OECD countries have adopted accrual accounting for their year-end financial reports and more than a quarter now prepare their annual budgets on an accrual basis, according to the landmark study Accrual Practices and Reform Experiences in OECD Countries by the International F...

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IFRS training in Grenada

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By 2030, will we all be our own boss?

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21/12/2016

Official Opening of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean Secretariat

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean (ICAEC) officially opened its Secretariat on Thursday 15th December,2016, which was celebrated with a gathering of distinguished industry professionals and individuals who have made a significant contribution to the profession in St Lucia and the wider community.

The proceedings were conducted by the various members of the Council, and the key note address was delivered by Mr. Calixte Leon – Executive director of the Financial Services Regulatory Authority who spoke very strongly on the important role that the profession plays in the development of confidence in the financial information provided by organisations. These opens the doors for investor confidence and further growth of the private sector.

Awards for their lifetime contribution to the profession were presented to Mr Anthony Atkinson of Grant Thornton, and Mr. Claude Griffith, and a special recognition award was presented to Dr Michael Pilgrim for his continued support of Professional Development.

Following the vote of thanks, a light cocktail reception ensued accompanied by musical entertainment from the St Lucia School of Music.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean (ICAEC) was launched on June 17, 2004 after members of the OECS, including Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia and Antigua-Barbuda, ratified the agreement. The ICAEC has a branch in each of the member countries within the OECS.

The purpose of the institute is to provide support and assistance to its members throughout the Eastern Caribbean and advocacy for the profession as a whole. The ICAEC has a branch in each of the countries within the OECS. There are 6 branches and approximately 250 members within the ICAEC.


ICAEC Regional Council Members: Andrea St Rose – President (St Lucia), Erwin Southwell (Antigua), Isabelle Slinger (Grenada), Orlando Richards (Dominica), and Carol Boddie (St Kitts).

thevoiceslu.com 21/12/2016

Change Colonial Mindset – Dr. Jules - St. Lucia News From The Voice St. Lucia

thevoiceslu.com THE Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Eastern Caribbean has been launched with the Director General of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Dr.Didacus Jules praising the effort to move away from a colonial past and mindset. In a message marking the occasion, Jules noted that t...

ifac.org 17/11/2016

Accountancy Profession Critical in Fight Against Fraud and Corruption | IFAC

ifac.org Two years ago, following the 2014 World Congress of Accountants in Rome, Pope Francis invited thousands of professional accountants to a private audience at the Vatican and challenged the global profession’s leaders to do more in the global fight against fraud and corruption.

19/04/2016

CPA Canada - Caribbean

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• acting in the public interest
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19/04/2016

CPA Canada - Caribbean

CPA Canada enhances the influence, relevance and value of the Canadian CPA profession by:
• acting in the public interest
• supporting our members
• contributing to economic and social development

13/04/2016

ICAC

ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE 34th ICAC CARIBBEAN CONFERENCE!!!

Online Registration for the 34th ICAC Caribbean Conference of Accountants to be held over the period June 23-25, 2016 at the Ramada Princess Hotel and Casino in Belize City, Belize is now open. To register for the conference and to get information on hotel accommodation and other details, please visit http://2016conference.icac.org.jm/.

13/04/2016

ICAC

Getting Public Sector ‘On Board’ With Its Accounting

Bahamas Tribune article on efforts to encourage Governments to adopt International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) - a Caribbean-wide initiative driven by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean (ICAC). Read more...

http://www.tribune242.com/news/2016/mar/08/getting-public-sector-board-its-accounting/

13/04/2016

ICAC

ICAC working to strengthen Accounting profession in the Caribbean

http://www.ifac.org/news-events/2016-04/strengthening-public-financial-reporting-and-accountability-caribbean

13/04/2016

ICAC

PRESS RELEASE: Public Sector Transparency and Accountability Vital to Caribbean Economic Growth Public Sector Leaders and Accountants Meet to Map Strategic Approach

(Nassau, April 12, 2016) – Leaders from the public sector and professional accountancy organizations from throughout the Caribbean are meeting for in Nassau to revitalize efforts to improve public sector financial management and support the region’s economic growth.

Opening the three-day strategic dialogue, The Bahamas Minister of State for Finance, The Hon. Michael Halkitis, MP, said: “Public sector spending comprises a significant proportion of Caribbean gross domestic product. Given the sums involved, it’s vital that we get our houses in order. Our regional economy depends on us making wise spending decisions based on accurate information. Enhanced public financial budgeting, accounting, and reporting, based on accrual accounting, will enable us to shine a light in every corner of our finances, and help bring sustainability to government expenditure, and the communities we serve.”
Sponsored by The Bahamas Government and Donor Partner - CPA Canada, and hosted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean (ICAC), the International Federation of Accountants® (IFAC), and the World Bank, the groundbreaking gathering was convened to bring closer inter-governmental collaboration, and strengthen relationships between public sector leaders and the accounting profession.

ICAC President Jasmine Davis, welcoming delegates, commented: “The accountancy profession possesses strong skills to help our peers working in government build confidence in public sector finances. We recognize that there is strength in numbers which underscores the regional approach of the ICAC as relates to this initiative. We wholeheartedly support their efforts to better integrate our region with the global economy—a task that can only achieve its full potential when capital markets, investors and our own citizens know that our government finances are based on solid foundations.”

IFAC Chief Operating Officer Alta Prinsloo, said: “The last global financial crisis highlighted the inherent weaknesses of heavily indebted governments around the world, including in the Caribbean. Managing and forecasting public revenues and expenditure, and controlling fiscal imbalances, can only be achieved via robust accounting practices. Via our Accountability. Now. campaign, we are delighted to support this exciting event that will stimulate intensive communication, consultation, and collaboration across the Caribbean governments, the accounting profession, and international partners including the World Bank.”
Samia Msadek, Director of the World Bank Group’s Governance Global Practice emphasized that strong public financial management is critical to national success and prosperity. “How governments manage taxation, borrowing, and spending is essential to economic growth, to poverty-reduction, and to ensuring that the Caribbean’s residents can improve their lives through inclusion and shared prosperity,” she said.

The three-day invitation-only roundtable discussions will cover regional economic, social, and business imperatives; public financial reporting reforms (regional and international perspectives); engaging stakeholders; challenges of the accountancy profession in the Caribbean and capacity-building strategies; and technical training on latest developments in International Public Sector Accounting Standards.

Media contacts:
Jasmine Davis, ICAC President - Cell (242) 477-0500/ email: [email protected]
Misha Lobban Clarke, ICAC CEO - Cell (242) 230-5724 email: [email protected]

12/04/2016

https://www.facebook.com/TheICAC/posts/756365737831901

The Hon. Michael Halkitis, Minister of State, Finance for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, welcomed delegates and gave opening remarks as the curtain was lifted at the 1st Public Financial Management Roundtable: Strengthening Public Financial Reporting and Accountability.

[04/12/16]   Representatives of ICAEC attending Senior Leadership Event in Bahamas focused on Strengthening Public Financial Reporting and Accountability

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