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ICAEW Chartered Accountants South Wales

Welcome to the home page for the South Wales Society of Chartered Accountants. Formed in 1913, we serve about 2,300 members throughout South Wales. The society’s members come from accountancy practices small and large and from a range of business, public sector and Third Sector interests. The district society is deeply engaged in the development of the local economy and regards the promotion of the profession – especially among students – as a crucial part of its work.


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Carol is your Council champion

Last month hosted the South Wales by-election for a new ICAEW Council member. Following the members election, current district society committee member, ICAEW support member for practice and previous SWSCA president in 2015, nominee Carol Warburton FCA took on the role.

Budget, what Budget?

Comment from Martin J Warren, Director for Wales & The South West, in response to the Chancellor’s 2017 Autumn Budget Statement.

The country's finances

Comment from Martin J Warren, Director for Wales & The South West, in advance of the Chancellor’s 2017 Autumn Budget Statement.

Taxation in Wales

Some of you will have attended a panel debate with our CEO Michael Izza last month on this subject which attracted a wide range of opinions.

The Business Environment Remains Difficult

There was no blog from me last month as August is my family time when we go down to the Mediterranean and do little but enjoy the sunshine. However it was very noticeable this year, whilst driving down through France and into Spain, that we saw far fewer British number plates amongst the cars and motorhomes wending their way South. Perhaps it is true that there was a trend in the UK for a 'staycation'. Certainly it felt like that to us and, no wonder, given that spending a Euro this year seemed to be the same as spending a Pound Sterling!

Why Not Be An Assembly Member?

Ensuring that people from a variety of backgrounds, with different experiences, and from all parts of society, are represented is important to democracy.

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Further information

Wales Regional Director’s Blog

Read Martin Warren, Director of Wales blog. He talks about what is happening within the region and current affairs. 

Member drop-in work spaces

Members in Cardiff now have access to free drop-in work spaces across the UK to relax, work, hold meetings and expand your network.