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Annual review 2016

2016 proved to be a very successful year as ICAEW offered more services to a growing number of members and students around the world. Find out more by reading our report.

In economic terms, 2017 will likely be remembered simply as the year that followed the upheaval of 2016. The uncertainty that was triggered by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union and the election of a new US President not only endured, but settled in to such an extent that it became the new normal.

This instability, combined with major global revelations on tax avoidance, meant that trust in chartered accountants and other expertise and institutions was challenged.

We had already recognised that ICAEW needed to evolve in order to address the challenges of this new world. In 2017, we began this evolution.

In this year’s Annual Review, you can read about:

Gender Pay Gap

From April 2017, organisations employing more than 250 staff must publish specific data with regard to their gender pay gap. The report below contains ICAEW's 2017 figures, along with how we plan to reduce the gap.

In economic terms, 2017 will likely be remembered simply as the year that followed the upheaval of 2016. The uncertainty that was triggered by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union and the election of a new US President not only endured, but settled in to such an extent that it became the new normal.

This instability, combined with major global revelations on tax avoidance, meant that trust in chartered accountants and other expertise and institutions was challenged.

We had already recognised that ICAEW needed to evolve in order to address the challenges of this new world. In 2017, we began this evolution.

In this year’s Annual Review, you can read about:

Gender Pay Gap

From April 2017, organisations employing more than 250 staff must publish specific data with regard to their gender pay gap. The report below contains ICAEW's 2017 figures, along with how we plan to reduce the gap.