The year saw a record intake for ICAEW’s ACA qualification of 11,962 students, an 8% increase on 2021. Membership of the Institute also grew to stand at 166,397 globally.
During 2022 ICAEW removed paywalls from some communities and faculties. The Institute also consulted on changes to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), which will go live in November 2023.
Meanwhile, the report reflects on the roles ICAEW members played in helping businesses navigate difficult circumstances following soaring inflation and the impacts of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The report showcases many inspirational individuals from across the globe – members, students and non-members – from a variety of sectors and backgrounds who have given their time to help ICAEW deliver its strategy. These volunteers continue to play a fundamental role in ICAEW’s success, and we are very grateful to them for their involvement and goodwill. Featured on the front cover this year is Pam Tuckett, Audit Partner at Bishop Fleming. She is one of ICAEW’s climate champions and spoke at some of our events last year.
ICAEW has continued to demonstrate leadership on sustainability and net zero, including with a place on the government’s Transition Plan Taskforce.
Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, announced in March that he would be retiring from the Institute at the end of the year. The ICAEW Board will proceed with a search for a successor.
The report is available here.