I confirm that I have read the Notes at the end of this section and I declare that:
In signing the ICATT Application for Membership Form, I confirm that I will abide by the provisions of the ICATT Rules and Regulations 2018, the Code of Ethics, and relevant standards as adopted by ICATT (and/or any subsequent regulations replacing or amending, in full or part, these regulations)
I have met the ethical, educational and experience requirements and have provided evidence of this in the required manner and format.
I understand that my Application for Membership may be refused if I have not demonstrated that my experience and knowledge are up to date.
I will use the designation ‘Chartered Accountant’ and the designatory letters ‘CA’ only while I remain a member of ICATT.
I understand that if I engage in any public practice activities as defined by the Rules of ICATT, I will need to hold an ICATT auditing or practising certificate.
I acknowledge my duty to the public to ensure that the quality of my knowledge and service is maintained after qualification; I therefore accept my responsibility to undertake adequate continuing professional development.
I agree to pay the membership fees as prescribed and understand that I will be invoiced for this amount on the approval of my membership application. I am aware that a failure to pay sums due to ICATT by January 1 of each year may lead to my removal from the Register of Members.
I have included everything ICATT needs to know, and there is nothing else I should bring to ICATT’s attention at the present time.
The information provided in this form is true, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I understand that a false declaration on this form may lead to disciplinary action against me and/or may invalidate any decision related to the application.
The ICATTs Rules and Regulations 2018, the Code of Ethics, and/or any relevant standards as adopted by ICATT set out the details of the events which could lead to disciplinary action. These events include (but are not limited to) the following: Incompetence in carrying out work; breach of ICATT’s Rules or Regulations; disciplinary action against you by another professional body or regulator; bankruptcy or insolvency; failure to satisfy a judgment debt without reasonable excuse within three months; criminal conviction and/or caution; civil finding of acting fraudulently or dishonestly as a party or witness in civil proceedings; misconduct – this includes (but is not limited to) any act or omission which brings, or is likely to bring, discredit to you, a relevant firm, ICATT or the accountancy profession.