ICAEW is committed to ensuring that everyone has access to One Moorgate Place and that freedom of movement is achieved for staff, members, visitors with a physical disability, vision impairment, deaf or hard of hearing etc. This historical building presents a number of accessibility challenges, due to merging four architectural designs into one building that is internationally known as One Moorgate Place. Based on these challenges ICAEW appointed Access All Areas: an accessibility consultancy company to offer advice and guidance.
This notice (referred to as this “privacy notice”) explains what Personal Data the ICAEW holds about individuals overseeing the training process (including QPRTs, ATPs, PRTs, PRSOs, Deputy QPRTs and other people involved in that process (including Counsellors, ACA student managers, AQ Authorised Individuals and ICAEW advisers) working at ICAEW Authorised Training Employers & Principals.
This notice (referred to as this “privacy notice”) explains what Personal Data the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (Company No. RC000246) (ICAEW) holds about applicants for posts on, and members of, ICAEW Boards and ICAEW Committees (you), how we collect it, and how we use and share Personal Data.
caba is the charity supporting the wellbeing of past and present ICAEW members and their families. It offers a wide range of support and services, for example career development, emotional support (including mental health), benefits advice and information, and practical advice on how to improve your personal wellbeing. All caba’s services are free, impartial and strictly confidential. Please see below for a summary of caba’s privacy notice.
ICAEW's terms and conditions for events are set out in full below. Terms and conditions of local group and society events may differ to those mentioned here. Please refer to your booking conditions for details.
ICAEW collects and processes personal data belonging to associated users - this group does not include ICAEW members or students. It consists of for example faculty and community members, partners in learning, and professional development training.
The Investment Policy determines how ICAEW manages its long-term investments and short-term cash funds. It specifies the means by which performance of these funds is monitored, the attitude to risk and time horizon and the management processes adopted.
These terms and conditions apply (the “Terms”) to the provision of the Sponsorship Services specified in one or more Work Orders agreed between the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (“ICAEW”) and the Sponsor (as named on the Work Order).