Who is a CA (Singapore) who is a Public Accountant?
CA (Singapore) who is providing public accountancy services, i.e. the audit and reporting on financial statements, must first register with theAccounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) as a public accountant. A public accountant is a person who is registered or deemed to be registered in accordance with the Accountants Act (Chapter 2) as a public accountant.
How to apply as a CA (Singapore) who is a Public Accountant?
For members who want to register as public accountant with ACRA, they may write in to the Members Services Department of ISCA at firstname.lastname@example.org to request for a certificate of good standing for purpose of registration as public accountant. The electronic certificate will be sent via email within 5 to 7 working days from the date of completed submission of required documents.
To be eligible for registering as a public accountant, an applicant needs to meet the following requirements:
Has attained the age of 21 years; and
Satisfies the prescribed requirements relating to:
membership in any professional accountancy body or organisation;