Under the Chartered Professional Accountants Act, CPABC has the responsibility to regulate all matters, including competency, fitness and professional conduct, relating to the practice of accounting by members, students, professional accounting corporations and registered firms; CPABC is also required to establish and enforce professional standards.
CPABC protects the public interest by:
With respect to the last point, two CPABC regulatory committees have been established to address these complaints: the Investigation Committee and the Disciplinary Committee. A description of these committees may be viewed here.
A description of CPABC's Ethics Investigation and Discipline Process may be viewed here.
This directory provides a listing of CPABC’s members and their city/town of practice/employment. Learn more...
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