Membership Guidelines

Guideline on Professional Indemnity Insurance Requirements

The ICATT Rules and Regulations 2018 outlines the eligibility criteria for obtaining ICATT certificates. These detail the continuing obligations of certificate/licence holders of which Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) is one. This guideline has no regulatory status. It is issued for guidance purposes only, and in the event of any conflict between its content and the […]

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Guideline on Practice Monitoring

The guideline is intended to provide guidance to members in understanding ICATT’s Practice Monitoring Program (based on legislation and the rules and regulations of ICATT). It is, and particularly useful to those members that are new to practice or contemplating setting up in practice in the future. It acts as a single, helpful point of […]

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Guideline for the Issuance of Practising and Auditing Certificates

The guideline for the Issuance of Practising and Auditing Certificates is intended to provide guidance to members (based on current legislation and the ICATT Rules and Regulations 2018, and particularly to those members that are new to practice or who are contemplating setting up in practice in the future. It is intended to be a […]

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Guideline on Firm Registration

Effective January 1, 2018, under Rules 2.27 to 2.29 of the ICATT Rules and Regulations 2018, firms whose members in practice are in good standing shall be eligible to be registered with the Institute on the relevant register upon payment of the applicable fee. Registration is renewed annually. The term “firm” encompasses partnerships, limited liability […]

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Guideline on Complaints and Disciplinary Procedure

The aim of this guideline on Complaints and Disciplinary Procedure is to help you in the event a complaint is made against a member, students, registered graduates or firms with the disciplinary procedure of ICATT. This guideline has no regulatory status. It is issued for guidance purposes only, and in the event of any conflict […]

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Guideline on Continuity of Practice

The Institute of Chartered Accountant of Trinidad and Tobago (ICATT) sets out the eligibility criteria for obtaining Auditing and Practicing certificates and detail the continuing obligations placed on certificate holders. The continuity of practice requirements are contained in Practising regulations 12.1 to 12.3 of the ICATT Rules and Regulations 2018. This guide has no regulatory […]

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Guidance Note for Practising Members re: Approved Practical Experience – IES 8 – Professional Guidance for Engagement Partners Responsible for Audits of Financial Statements

The Guidance Note was issued by the Membership Committee to assist Practising Members and Supervising Principals with the list of competencies required in executing their roles, and assessing the aptitudes to be demonstrated prior to application for new or renewed Practising Certificates. This note is to be read in conjunction with previous Guidance Note issued to Supervising Principals […]

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Waiver of Dues

Click Here for Waiver of Dues form Click here to view the Members Dues Policy Please note that this application for waiver of dues maybe considered under the following conditions. Family situation, undertaking full time studies and/or extraordinary cases Application is submitted annually as required

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ICATT Guideline for Continuing Professional Development

It is the policy of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Trinidad and Tobago (ICATT) that Continuing Professional Development (CPD) shall be compulsory for all members. Members are responsible for maintaining and updating their knowledge and skills with current improvements and developments. In accordance with its mandate, ICATT will provide CPD opportunities to meet the […]

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Change in Membership Category

Click Here the Application for Change in Membership Category Cost of Change of Status (The cost of change of status is equal to the amount cost of membership in the respective category) Applicable Fees (VAT excl.): Member-Auditing: $4,070.00              Member-Practising: $3,000.00 Non-practising Member: $770.00       MRO: $440.00      […]

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