It is with sadness we have cancelled the Annual Dinner at the City Hall, Cardiff on 16th October.
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.
Historically, town groups mainly existed to provide CPD training for chartered accountants. As the number of training organisations increased and online courses started to appear, the need for local groups to organise courses diminished and quite a few groups fell into natural decline and folded.
Read the ICAEW South Wales Society consolidated revenue account for the year ended 31 December 2020.
A letter to policy makers in Wales, with suggestions from ICAEW members for the content of manifestos.
Q4 2021: Strong demand conditions, but widespread supply-side issues.
The 2021 continuing professional development training programme for ICAEW Regions.
It is with great sadness to inform members of the passing of our ICAEW colleague, Martin Warren, after a short illness.
Following the official announcement made by the incumbent Society President, Anne Smith, on Wednesday 6 May 2020 at the ICAEW South Wales Society’s Annual General Meeting, Nick Rowe has been officially elected as the President for 2020-2022. Nick’s term of office began on 31 October 2020 and will run for an extended 18-month period and until the AGM in May 2022.
In these challenging times the demand for the skills that ICAEW chartered accountants bring continues to be key to the talent development plans of many businesses. For those in the West Wales region we have collaborated with key stakeholders to increase access to high quality virtual ACA training to support this.
A series of fascinating informal chats with senior finance leaders working in organisations across the UK that have been impacted in different ways by the COVID-19 pandemic, sharing their reflections and unique perspectives on how they, and their organisations, have reacted to the unfolding crisis.