The Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana

 
 
 

The Institute of Chartered Accountants

faculty-systemThe Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) was established by an Act of parliament, Act 170, in 1963.  It is the sole body charged with the regulation of the accountancy profession in Ghana.  Its members are the only persons recognized under the Companies Code (Act 179) 1963, for the purpose of audit of company accounts.  It is governed by a council of eleven chartered accountants.  The Council, headed by a President, holds office for a period of two (2) years.


Institute currently runs two distinct programmes.
(a) The Professional Programme.
(b) The Technician programme, known as Accounting Technician Scheme West Africa (ATSWA).

A candidate who successfully completes the professional programme and obtain a working experience in accountancy, approved by the Council of the |Institute., qualifies to use the designatory letter ‘CA’ after his/her name.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana)

Notice to Non-Registered Firms

THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (GHANA)
NOTICE TO NON-REGISTERED FIRMS PRACTISING ACCOUNTANCY AS DEFINED IN SECTION 23 OF THE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ACT , 1963 (ACT 170)

It has come to the attention of the Institute that the firms listed below are practising accountancy as defined in Section 23 of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1963 (Act 170).
Please note that the Institute, being the regulator of the practice of accountancy in Ghana and also a member body of International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), has an obligation to demonstrate to IFAC and the public that it monitors the quality of the professional services that its members and member firms provide to their clients. The Quality Assurance monitoring of members and member firms practising accountancy commenced in 2012.

In the light of the above, the Representatives / Responsible Individuals / Partners of the under listed firms are being invited to contact the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana (ICAG) for further discussion.

This invitation is also extended to firms who are currently practising accountancy but have not as yet contacted the Institute for discussion.

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MAY 2016 PROFESSIONAL EXAM NOTICE

MAY 2016 PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS

The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) wishes to inform all students preparing for the MAY 2016 Professional Examinations that registration of entries will begin on 1ST FEBRUARY -1ST APRIL, 2016.

Registrations forms are available from the following points:

  1. Click here to download registration form
  2. ICAG Office Complex (Okponglo-East Legon)
  3. Kumasi ICAG Office, Ahodwo Roundabout (IPMC Building)
  4. Cape Coast ICAG Office.

EXAMINATION CENTRES

  1. Accra: Zenith College (Behind the Trade Fair Centre)
  2. Kumasi: WAEC Office- Kumasi
  3. Takoradi: Workers’ College
  4. London: Ghana High Commission
  5. Tamale: Tamale Institute of Languages
  6. Sunyani: Sunyani Polytechnic
  7. Wa: Wa Polytechnic
  8. Ho: Ho Polytechnic
  9. Koforidua: Koforidua Polytechnic
  10. Cape Coast: Cape Coast Polytechnic
  11. Bolgatanga: Bolgatanga Polytechnic
  12. New York: Office of the Ghana Mission to the U.N
  13. Liberia: Monrovia
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ATSWA MARCH 2016 EXAM NOTICE

ACCOUNTING TECHNICIANS SCHEME WEST AFRICA (ATSWA)
MARCH 2016

The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) wishes to inform all students preparing for the Accounting Technicians Scheme West Africa (ATSWA) Examinations that registrations for the MARCH 2016 Examinations begins on 1ST FEBRUARY-29TH FEBRUARY, 2016

Registration forms are available from the following points:

  1. Click here to download registration form
  2. ICAG Office Complex (Okponglo-East Legon)
  3. Kumasi ICAG Office, Ahodwo Roundabout (IPMC Building)
  4. Cape Coast ICAG Office
  5. Sunyani Polytechnic, Finance Office
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MAY 2016 CA EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (GHANA)

MAY 2016 CA EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

The Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana wishes to congratulate all candidates who have written the Institute’s examinations under the revised syllabus. Undoubtedly, the revised structure and content, coupled with the study manuals have helped to improve the pass rate.

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ICAG ORGANIZES PUBLIC LECTURE ON THE 2016 NATIONAL BUDGET

ICAG ORGANIZES PUBLIC LECTURE ON THE 2016 NATIONAL
BUDGET
The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) (ICAG), Professor Kwame Boasiako Omane-Antwi, has described investments in all sectors of Ghana’s economy—Education, Health, Water delivery, Roads, Transport, Communications, Housing and Energy— as far-reaching and significant.

Prof. Omanne-Antwi, therefore, commended government for its steadfastness in pursuing the economic vision of leading Ghana through a transformational agenda to consolidate the country’s Middle-Income Country status.

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2016 CPD Calendar

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Forms and Downloads

PAYMENT AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CA STUDENTS 12.01.16 - PAYMENT AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FO...
CA Student Registration Form 2016 CA Student Registration Form 2016 12.01.16 - CA Student Registration Form. Click he...
Students Registration Form Students Registration Form 05.01.16 -  Students Registration Form cl...
Student Services Flyer Student Services Flyer 18.02.15 - Student Services Flyer - Click here to ...
Graduation Payment Form Graduation Payment Form 26.01.15 - Graduation Payment Form - click here to ...
ICAG signs MOU with CIPFA ICAG signs MOU with CIPFA 11.11.14 - The Institute of Chartered Accountants (...
Exemption Form Exemption Form 25.07.14 - Exemption Form. Click here to download
Application Form - CA Application Form - CA 25.07.14 - Application forms CA Members. Click he...
Application Form - Practicing Application Form - Practicing 25.07.14 - Application Form -  Practising Me...
Professional Affiliation Professional Affiliation 25.07.14 - Application Forms -  Professional Aff...
 

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