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Chartered Accountants Ireland Code of Ethics  

Chartered Accountants Ireland (“the Institute”) is committed to acting in the public interest, and to promoting and ensuring high professional and ethical standards, which enhance the confidence of users of the services of Chartered Accountants. Therefore, Chartered Accountants are required to observe high standards of conduct and play their part in re-enforcing public belief in their professional integrity. 

The Code of Ethics (The Code) helps members by providing a framework within which they can make ethical decisions.  

The Code applies to all members, students and affiliates of Chartered Accountants Ireland, regardless of industry, role or expertise. The Code also applies to member firms of Chartered Accountants Ireland and they are responsible for ensuring their employees also apply with its requirements.  

The Code, guidance & information on ethics related issues and all other information related to the Code can be found at the Ethics Resource Centre:  


Information, guidance and supports to help members and students prepare and respond to the challenges of COVID-19 can be found below:

Companies (Miscellaneous Provisions (Covid-19) Act 2020

Members can view to the Companies (Miscellaneous Provisions (Covid-19) Act 2020 on the Irish Statute Book's website:


The Institute offer a variety of CPD courses for Insolvency Practitioners which can be found via the below link:

Chartered Accountants Ireland can accept no responsibility for the content on any site that is linked to from the Institute website. Links are provided in good faith for the potential support of members and students.