Latest newsletter from the Isle of Man Society of Chartered Accountants (Issue 39, June 2021).
Isle of Man Society of Chartered Accountants
We organise a range of services for members including a highly-successful series of CPD courses as well as an annual dinner, social events and discussion groups as well as representing the interests of chartered in accountants on the island to the wider business community.
Isle of Man Chamber Covid 19 Business Support Service
The IoM Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Department for Enterprise, has set up a ‘Business Support Service’ for all local businesses, no matter what size or sector, in a bid to offer support, signposting, practical advice and guidance at this critical and unprecedented time.
Latest newsletter from the Isle of Man Society of Chartered Accountants (Issue 38, October 2020).
This papers seeks to set out the main areas where UK legislation is built into the new UK GAAP accounting standards and to provide guidance to members on how Isle of Man entities should apply these standards in order to ensure consistency of application.
Guidance for preparers of financial statements under Isle of Man law
last amended December 2005
The IOMSCA is a constituent body of the ICAEW providing local representation and promoting the interests of members of the Institute in the Isle of Man.
The Society liaises closely with the Island's government and regulators and seeks to ensure that the Island continues to be a safe and well regulated offshore centre, offering high standards of service.
The IOMSCA also acts as a link between the ICAEW in Moorgate Place and members in the district.
The Society plays a key role in the training and development of chartered accountants, offering excellent technical and soft skills courses throughout the year.
General Practitioners & Business Members Groups
This group is a key element of the Society. It is often the forum at which consultation and other issues are discussed and fed back to the Society's main committee.
The group meet monthly at the 1886 Bar and Grill, Regent Street, Douglas. The meetings are generally every third Thursday of the month at 12.30 p.m. The members enjoy a networking lunch followed by a speaker of interest with a question and answer session. Meetings may also involve discussions on topical matters which affect the members.
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