A list of all the subsidiaries and associate companies of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales.
Updated December 2014
Main reporting charity: ICAEW Foundation (Registered Charity number 313983).
The aim of the ICAEW Foundation is to support and provide donations to bodies, charitable trusts or funds for the public benefit in areas which are of particular interest to ICAEW.
| Registered Charity number
|The Chartered Accountants’ Charities Investment Pool (CACIP)|| 313983-001
| P D Leake Trust (PDLT)
| Chartered Accountants’ Trust for Education and Research (CATER)
| Chartered Accountants’ Permanent Education Trust (CAPET)
The aims of the linked charities (apart from CACIP as the collective investment vehicle) are as follows:
Chartered Accountants’ Library Limited (Company number 2762862) is a trading subsidiary of CATER.
Chartered Accountants’ Trustees Limited (Company number 582554) is a dormant holding company for the above trusts
|ICAEW Malaysia Limited|| 6320847
|| Representative office for ICAEW in Malaysia
| ICAEW China Limited
|| Representative office for ICAEW in China
ICAEW Middle East
|| Representative office for ICAEW in the
| ICAEW SEA Limited
|| Representative office for ICAEW in Singapore
| ICAEW Europe Limited
|| Representative office for ICAEW in Europe
| Company number
| ICAEW Limited
|Chartered Accountants’ Independent Financial Services Limited|| 4311759
| CAIFS Limited
| ICAEW CIS Limited
| The Society of Incorporated Accountants Limited
| Chartered Accountants’ Property Leasing Limited
| CHARTAC Limited
| The Foundation for Accountancy and Financial Management
|The Joint Insolvency Examination Board
||Conducts exams in insolvency practice to meet the education requirements of the Insolvency Act 1986.
|Fraud Advisory Panel
||Registered charity carries out research into, and education in, all aspects of fraud prevention, detection, prosecution and deterrence.
||Undertakes activities of mutual interest to five major accountancy bodies in the British Isles.
|Chartered Accountants’ Compensation Scheme Limited
||Evaluates and administers claims for compensation arising from the obligations of ICAEW, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland as recognised professional bodies under the Financial Services Act 1986 and as designated professional bodies under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.|