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CAW launches new logo

November 05, 2019 00:00:00

Global accountancy body Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) on Monday launched a network member logo to recognise and promote a global family of chartered accountants.

Over 750,000 qualified chartered accountants of 14 professional institutes like ICAEW, ICAS, CAI, SAICA, ISCA, CA ANZ, IAI, CA Sri Lanka, ICAB, ICAN, ICAM, ZiCA, who are the members of CAW, will be able to use the new network member logo in their email signatures, letterheads, stationery as well as on websites and social media, said a statement.

President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB) A F Nesaruddin FCA said the ICAB members are now connected and recognised by the global family of Chartered Accountants which will certainly elevate their positions at global level.

CAW plays an important role in protecting, promoting and developing the Chartered Accountancy brand and profession. At the heart of CAW is the desire for all Chartered Accountants to be recognised as trust leaders in business, finance and accountancy around the world.

By displaying the logo, individual members can show they are part of a global network of qualified professionals who share common values and a commitment to the highest technical and ethical standard.

The logo will create international recognition for the quality of the chartered accountancy profession, ensuring that chartered accountants' qualifications stand out in an increasingly competitive market.

Michael Izza, CEO of ICAEW and Chairman of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, welcomed the news.

"The Chartered Accountants Worldwide network member logo allows all chartered accountants who are part of the CAW family to promote the value of their chartered accountancy qualification and demonstrate that they are part of a substantial international network. The chartered accountancy network spans the globe with 750,000 members in over 190 countries, it's an opportunity to show that you are not only strong locally but connected globally," he said.

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