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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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A year to remember


Robert Lloyd Griffiths, Director of ICAEW in Wales reflects on 2022 and outlines the priorities for Welsh businesses in 2023

ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor (BCM): Wales


Quarterly analysis on each UK region covering growth, investment, and business confidence. The findings are based on telephone interviews with ICAEW Chartered Accountants that took place between 17 October to 16 December 2022.

Calming troubled waters


Robert Lloyd Griffiths emphasises the need Welsh and UK government, and business organisations, to deliver an economic plan that stimulates growth and encourages long-term sustainability for all.

Building resilience with a renewed sense of hope


Robert Lloyd Griffiths looks at how the economic resilience of organisations, during and after the coronavirus pandemic, is reflected in the latest data from the Development Bank of Wales.

A collective ambition for change


Robert Lloyd Griffiths considers steps that have been taken so far, by ICAEW and wider bodies, on the journey towards net zero and encourages chartered accountants to strive further for sustainability.

Getting your voice heard


Robert Lloyd Griffiths reflects on the achievements of his first five months in the role of ICAEW Director for Wales.

The importance of joining up to level up


Levelling up means different things for different people and different regions of Wales. In theory, it’s about making sure that Government investment is spread more widely (and fairly) around the UK with the aim of improving prosperity for all.

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