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International council members can communicate with members in their region through quarterly newsletters. Below you will find all the messages sent out during their current council term.

Q3 2022

Richard Nunn, BSc, BFP, FCA

Dear fellow Canadian members,

I trust you enjoyed the Canadian summer, this land is so beautiful at this time of year.  

There are some items I wanted to highlight for you as noted in the ICAEW annual report.

Record Student intake

As mentioned in Michael Izza’s foreword, 2021 saw a record ACA student intake of 11,049. This marks a huge 18% increase on 2020, and 15% more than our previous global high in 2019. 

CIPFA

Looking ahead, ICAEW are in ongoing talks with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), to explore the potential for working more closely together in the future. The vision driving the discussions is the creation of a single strong federated professional accountancy body with truly global reputation and reach. Please watch this space.

ICAEW – ‘Accountancy Body of the Year’

The 19th PQ Magazine annual awards took place in early May 2022 in London and saw ICAEW winning the Accountancy Body of the Year 2022 award. It is a testament to the institute’s amazing work in diversity, inclusion, sustainability and putting our key stakeholders at the heart of everything we do, and represents and recognises the achievements of everyone here at ICAEW.

Changing CPE requirements

Lastly, as I highlighted in my recent linked in post in the Canadian ICAEW members group there are important changes coming to Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. Please see here for a summary of the changes.

As always please reach out to me if there are any matters you wish to discuss.

Kind regards,

Richard Nunn
ICAEW Council Member for Canada

 

Q2 2022

Richard Nunn, BSc, BFP, FCA

"June is a month of change for the ICAEW leadership - the Presidential year completes at the AGM in early June when Will Brooks steps down and the new President, Julia Penny will take on the mantle. 

What always strikes me about all of Presidents I have known is the commitment they have to ICAEW and pride in all the accomplishments of our members wherever they practice around the world.I wanted to take a moment to thank them for volunteering so much of their time and talent to ensuring the continued success of the ICAEW. 

As always if there are any matters you would like to discuss, please contact me via LinkedIn or by email.

Richard Nunn
ICAEW Council Member for Canada

Q1 2022

Richard Nunn, BSc, BFP, FCA

"Hello to all ICAEW members in Canada,

Hopefully by the time you read this things will be starting to warm up a little. It certainly has been a chilly start to the year in most parts of the country. The ICAEW Council has been busy over the past quarter as it considers and deliberates on recommendations generated from a review of the governance framework and I expect this will absorb a significant portion of the agenda for the coming year as the Council seeks to evaluate its governance practices to ensure they are fit for purpose.  

The ICAEW continues to focus on providing relevant content for its members and in the digital age we now embrace I would encourage you to spend some time on the website and reviewing the links in this newsletter to access the deep and high quality resources that our institute has to offer. In particular there are many ICAEW Communities which allow you to connect on specific matters of interest to help advance your practice, business and knowledge.

As always if there are any matters you would like to discuss, please contact me via LinkedIn or by email.

Richard Nunn
ICAEW Council Member for Canada"

Q3 2021

Richard Nunn, BSc, BFP, FCA

"Dear fellow Canadian members,

I trust you enjoyed the Canadian summer, this land is so beautiful at this time of year.  

There are some items I wanted to highlight for you as noted in the ICAEW annual report,  As mentioned in Michael Izza’s foreword, was the record ACA student intake of 11,049. This marks a huge 18% increase on 2020, and 15% more than our previous global high in 2019. Looking ahead, ICAEW are in ongoing talks with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), to explore the potential for working more closely together in the future. The vision driving the discussions is the creation of a single strong federated professional accountancy body with truly global reputation and reach. Please watch this space.

ICAEW – ‘Accountancy Body of the Year’

The 19th PQ Magazine annual awards took place in early May 2022 in London, and saw ICAEW winning the Accountancy Body of the Year 2022 award. It is a testament to the institute’s amazing work in diversity, inclusion, sustainability and putting our key stakeholders at the heart of everything we do. It represents and recognises the achievements of everyone here at ICAEW and I would like to thank you all in helping us to achieve this award in 2022.’

Lastly, as I highlighted in my recent linked in post in the Canadian ICAEW members group, Click here to join, there are important changes coming to Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements. Please see here for a summary of the changes."

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Meet your ICAEW team

Canada also has a network of contact members, who are points of contact for members' enquiries on living and working in Canada.

Helen Windget
Helen Windget Member Engagement Manager, ICAEW

Helen is the ICAEW Member Engagement Manager for Australasia and North America and is ICAEW's main point of contact for members who are based in North America or Australasia.

Richard Nunn
Richard Nunn FCA ICAEW Council Member for Canada

Richard has over thirty years of experience focused in the financial services industry. He currently leads the Deloitte Canadian Financial Services Audit Assurance practice.