Overseas members

The Institute supports members both at home and abroad. This page highlights the more commonly sought after service by our members overseas.

Working abroad

Chartered Accountants Ireland has reciprocity agreements with a number of other Institutes that allow Chartered Accountants Ireland members apply for dual membership of those bodies and allows their members apply to Chartered Accountants Ireland for dual membership.

Chartered Accountants Ireland is a member of the Global Accounting Alliance (GAA). One of the key objectives of the GAA is to provide local support to members wherever they are in the world. In order to achieve this, GAA Institutes have agreed to provide specific local support and services to all members of GAA Institutes who are living and working in their territory.

Chartered Accountants Ireland is a founding member of Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) We are committed to connecting and supporting members wherever they work and creating greater mobility and opportunities globally for those seeking to become or develop as chartered accountants and those looking to train or employ them
 

Local Networking Your Institute supports members overseas through local networks:

Chartered Accountants Ireland London Society, Chartered Accountants Ireland Australia Society, with chapters in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne

Professional Accountants in Europe – in France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and others.

ACAUS – The Institute is a leading member of the Association of Chartered Accountants in the United States, representing members of all Chartered bodies in the US.

Export Start Guide is a joint initiative developed by Invest Northern Ireland, Chartered Accountants Ireland and Enterprise Ireland to help businesses to export.

Electronic Publications - Six free e-newsletters, bringing the Institute closer to those based overseas. For example, Chartered Accountants News issues every Friday with news on what’s happening in the profession.

Social Networking – Keep in touch with your Institute via our regular Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook activity.

Member services

The Institute also provides an impressive range of commercial services to members at heavily discounted rates.

What leaders say is important

May 05, 2017
What leaders say is important – this was the key message from Institute president Liam Lynch when he addressed meetings of members in New York and Boston last week.

Mr Lynch emphasised the need for trust in all aspects of society, but particularly business life, and the role Chartered Accountants can play in developing that trust. Brexit, the Trump tax proposals and regulatory reform were also discussed at both events in the US, which underline the global nature and reach of the Chartered Accountants qualification.

Liam Lynch Boston May 2017 

Full house in Boston with the Ulster Society, Invest NI and Boston-based members


Liam Lynch Boston May 2017 2

Institute President speaking with members at the Cornell University Club in New York

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