Welcome to the website of the Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board, a body established by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland to regulate its members, in accordance with the provisions of the Institute's Bye-laws, independently, openly and in the public interest.
The Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board is responsible for developing Standards of Professional Conduct and supervising the compliance of members, member firms, affiliates and students.
This site includes information and guidance on the Board, its committees and functions.
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The new Disciplinary Bye-Laws going forward for members' consideration at SGM on 28 May 2015 and the associated Disciplinary Regulations are now available.
A paper on proposals for the reform of the disciplinary process, first issued in January 2015, has been revised and re-issued
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