Chartered Accountants are qualified accounting professionals equipped with financial expertise and business acumen. They are valued by employers and recognised as holding the highest standards in ethical and professional conduct. CA (Singapore) members can be found across industries in various job roles from finance managers to audit partners and company CEOs.
The CA (Singapore) designation remains the highest form of professional designation conferred by the Institute, with its stringent eligibility criteria unchanged. Join ISCA as a full member and differentiate yourself as a “Chartered Accountant of Singapore” or “CA (Singapore)”.
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The Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC) has announced on 1 April 2013 that the Chartered Accountant of Singapore or CA (Singapore) professional designation will be conferred to candidates who have completed the Singapore CA Qualification (formerly known as Singapore QP). A set of Transitional Arrangements for all stakeholders affected by the Singapore CA Qualification was also announced.
If you aspire to be a CA (Singapore), you could be admitted through either of the following entry routes:
|1. Complete the Singapore CA Qualification; or||Singapore CA Qualification Graduates|
|2. Satisfy the conditions of the Transitional Arrangements within the specified timelines applicable to you; or||Transitional Arrangements|
|3. If you are a full member of another professional accountancy body, you may be qualified to apply for CA (Singapore) through the Reciprocal Membership Agreement (RMA) route.||Reciprocal Membership Agreement (RMA) Route|