Regulations setting out the information ICAEW members must provide to the members' registrar.
Effective from 1 December, 2010. Information to be supplied by members regulations
These Regulations were made by the Council under Bye-law 49(a).
Words and expressions defined in the Bye-laws have the same meanings in these Regulations.
The following definitions are relevant to these Regulations.
Members Profile means a questionnaire or profile document sent to a member from time to time.
Members’ Registrar means the person of that title appointed by the Chief Executive.
NOTE: (This note does not form part of the Regulations.) Bye-law 1 provides that the term ‘registered address’ means:
Upon admission, an associate shall provide the Members’ Registrar with particulars of his full names, and his Registered Address.
A member may provide a further address in addition to a Registered Address to which he may elect to have all correspondence sent and this shall be recorded as the Secondary Address.
A member shall inform the Members’ Registrar of any change or changes to information previously provided to the Members’ Registrar under these Regulations within a period of 28 days from any such change or changes taking effect.
A member shall supply the Members’ Registrar with any other information relative to his membership, practice or employment which the Council may reasonably require for carrying out the provisions of the Royal Charter, Byelaws, and Regulations or in pursuing the Institute’s aims.
ICAEW shall publish, or cause to be published, annually a list of members, which shall include the members’ full names, registered addresses and date of admission to membership, together with such other particulars concerning ICAEW, its members or its objects and at such prices as it considers appropriate.