The Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board, known as CARB, was established under the Bye-Laws of Chartered Accountants Ireland to regulate members of Chartered Accountants Ireland independently, openly and in the public interest.
Our core activities include developing regulatory policy and professional standards, monitoring members and firms for compliance with those standards, authorising members and firms to carry on particular types of business, dealing with complaints and taking disciplinary action when appropriate.
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From 1 September 2015 new Money Laundering Supervision Regulations will come into force with implications for some members in the Republic of Ireland.
A new disciplinary process came into force from 5 October 2015.
We ensure that the highest standard of professional services is provided by members and member firms by monitoring compliance with the Standards of Professional Conduct.
CARB is now authorising insolvency practitioners under the new UK Partial Authorisation Regime
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in the UK has introduced a new ATOL Reporting Scheme.
New legislative provisions concerning the reporting obligations of insolvency office holders on the ...
CARB as part of the Accountants Affinity Group, together with the Home Office and the National...
Everything you need to know about your Annual Return.
Information and guidance on CPD requirements and compliance.
Access to registers of practising members and firms.
Information to assist you in relation to the various regulatory processes and obligations set out in the standards of professional conduct.