An important part of CPABC’s role is to regulate the activities of members in public practice.
The CPABC Act and Bylaws provide for the licensing of individual practitioners, the registration of firms, and the issuance of permits for corporations.
The public practice licensing framework is summarized here:
In addition to the licensing process, the practice review program protects the public by assessing the compliance with professional standards of members/firms that perform assurance, compilation, and other specified engagements.
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