The Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants (IIPA) and Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA Ireland) confirm that they have been in discussions on possible models for permanent collaboration between both bodies.
Following a member consultation process within both organisations, and engagement in a due diligence process, the Councils of both organisations have now held separate Extraordinary General Meetings on June 23rd 2017. At those EGMs members of both bodies voted by the necessary margins to approve resolutions which will involve the dissolution of IIPA and the approval of a pathway for IIPA members to join CPA Ireland.
Both professional accountancy bodies have now agreed to a permanent collaboration which takes effect from September 1st 2017 this move means that the Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants (IIPA) will apply to Irish Auditing and Accounting Supervisory Authority (IAASA) to revoke its status as Recognised Accountancy Body (RAB). The Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA Ireland) will serve , support and regulate IIPA Members who have transfer to CPA Ireland and also with agreed student transition pathway for students who choose to transfer as student to CPA Ireland.
Should you require any further information or support in the future for the Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants (IIPA) please write or e-mail or make contact with by telephone :
IIPA Contact Points:
Telephone : 00353 1 2669000.
Address : Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants , Heather House, Heather Road , Sandyford, Dublin 18, D18 X2P7.
e-mail : email@example.com
Former Members & Students requiring support or in relation document management retention policy should make contact with one of the IIPA appointed liaison officers in your area:
Michael O Rahilly – Munster & Connacht Region
Cormac Duffy – Connacht & Ulster
Karl Foley – Dublin and Leinster Region
Trevor Walsh – Based in Waterford and Munster