Probing accountants attitude

28 October 2007 |

I came across a article Institutes are irrelevant, says profession. 45% of UK accountants believed institutes were no longer relevant.

The responses were broken down:

The ICAEW topped the dissatisfaction league, with 40% of finance director members complaining that it was irrelevant to their everyday work. CIMA came next with 37% followed by CIPFA with 30%. ACCA was top of the institutes for member satisfaction.

If you are accountant from India and member of ICWAI or ICAI, please vote on the poll.


Santosh Puthran

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