On behalf of all Canadian provincial and regional CPA bodies, CPA Canada has signed MUTUAL Recognition Agreements (AMRs), Mutual Membership Agreements (MRAs) and Memoranda of Understanding (MOUS) with a number of international accounting bodies. These agreements apply to all reputable Canadian AECs, including those who have obtained their certification through a legacy qualification program (CA, CGA or CMA). We will continue to keep all members informed of the status of our reciprocity agreements. CPA Canada has signed membership recognition agreements with international accounting bodies that allow Canadian CPAs to apply to become members of these bodies and allow their members to apply for the Canadian designation of the CPA. Any professional audit organization wishing to enter into a mutual agreement with U.S.-IQAB must send a Memorandum of Understanding to NASBA. The letter should contain a brief written description of the nature and objectives of the organization, the size of its membership, and its interest in applying for an MRA. If the organization does not have the authority to grant practical privileges, including audit rights, it must demonstrate that it can facilitate the obtaining of these authorizations by the licensing authority for U.S. ESAs. Members of the two bodies applying in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement should also remain members of their initial appointment. IQAB is currently in place with the following professional organisations: In June 2016, we announced a strategic alliance with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. New Zealand. +64 (0) 800 246269 (NZ freephone) E.
firstname.lastname@example.org We have signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) with the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA). This paves the way for members of each organization to join the other and benefit from it. The two institutions have also partnered to work to strengthen the Malaysian accounting profession. Over the past two years, ACCA and CPA Canada have collaborated on important initiatives, including a major joint research project on how accountants can help close the infrastructure gap, as well as cooperation in public sector activities. Each of them is committed to promoting the overall mobility of accountants and will continue to have pathways to their respective names for internationally trained professional accountants. Once your authorization has been issued, you will receive a letter formalizing your membership in the Order. The Alliance combines the resources of the world`s largest professional audit organization with one of the world`s leading CA bodies, and by exchanging expertise across regions and sectors, the Alliance will create a stronger voice on behalf of its members. . .