After The ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency - what's next?
Once you have successfully completed The ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency, ICAEW has a range of qualifications and programmes to choose from including the ACA, Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) and financial reporting programmes. Or you may decide to continue with your Insolvency studies by taking the JIEB exams.
The ACA is widely regarded as one of the leading qualifications in business and finance, offering you the opportunity to work and travel anywhere in the world. It is recognised and valued in practice, industry, commerce and the public sector.
Benefits of the ACA qualification
- The ACA qualification puts you ahead in business.
- It is a highly marketable professional qualification that is in demand throughout the business world.
- ACAs are in high demand and this is reflected in salaries at all levels. Generally ACA trainees can expect to double their salary by the time they qualify.
- Many of our members achieve partner or financial director status early in their careers.
Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB)
CFAB is ideal for anyone who either works or aims to work in business or practice. It provides essential knowledge in the fundamentals of finance, accounting and business. CFAB is made up of the same six modules that form the Professional Stage of the ACA, and therefore the certificate can provide an entry route into the ACA.
Benefits of CFAB
- CFAB's flexible learning and computer-based assessment structure allows you to learn at a pace that suits you and your employer's needs. You can also choose self-study or tuition routes.
- CFAB can be gained within one year to help progress careers faster.
- Registering for CFAB entitles you to complimentary e-membership to one of the world-class ICAEW faculties in the first year of study.
You don’t have to be an ICAEW member to register to take the Joint Insolvency Examinations Board (JIEB) exams via ICAEW and as an ICAEW Certificate in Insolvency student you do not have to pay the registration fee.
Financial reporting programmes
We have a range of online learning and assessment programmes to help you meet international financial reporting requirements in the private and public sectors (IFRS and IPSAS).