European Institute of Chartered Accountants (EICA)
An Overview of EICA
The European Institute of Chartered Accountants (EICA) is a Chartered Accountant (CA) qualification certificate awarding body with following registrations:
BELGIUM European Institute of Chartered Accountants is registered in Belgium
with incorporation number 0733.885.271 and registered office at
Wetenschasstraat 14 B, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
European Institute of Chartered Accountants is registered in
European Union with incorporation number 0733.885.271
with Establishment Unit No. 2.294.395.438
Morocco European Institute of Chartered Accountants is registered in
Morocco with incorporation number 01/2003/ACHH du 741929/2019
Socitete A Responsabilite
EICA provide qualifications and professional development, share knowledge, insight and technical expertise, and protect the quality and integrity of the accountancy and finance profession. Our qualified CA members have the knowledge, skills and commitment to maintain the highest professional standards and integrity in accountancy, finance and business. Our qualified CA members contribute to the success of individuals, organisations, communities and economies around the world.
EICA strategic intent is to proactively shape the profession of the future by developing opportunities for our members that build value for themselves, their clients and the communities in which they live and work:
Maintain the relevance of accounting professionals and enhance their value to business and society.
Develop future Chartered Accountants equipped with the right mix of capabilities and dispositions, able to solve highly complex business problems.
Attract a more diverse pool of candidates into the profession, meeting market demand for well-rounded accounting professionals.
Support the ongoing development of members by offering tools and lifelong learning to ensure career success.
Help small and mid-tier practices to reconcieve their business models, work practices and capabilities.
Explore the changing nature of work in practice to create better tools, learning programs and advocacy
Help members explore what new roles the individual Chartered Accountants skillset could offer and what new markets and services they can add value.
Leverage the position of trust held by Chartered Accountants to extend their reach into new areas of opportunity.
Understand what services are most relevant in the marketplace and shape the education and advocacy programs to drive opportunity for members
Make it easier for our diverse membership to collaborate with each other and their professional body.
Enable a more active and engaged membership to leverage the combined connected intelligence of the chartered accounting community to create solutions