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ISCA teams up with PICPA to groom Filipino accountants.

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  • ISCA signed MOU with PICPA to train chartered accountants in the Philippines.
  • This collaboration aims to strengthen the professional development of accountants in both countries.

The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) to enhance international collaboration and support the accountancy profession in both Singapore and the Philippines. With Singapore being a major trading partner for the Philippines, this partnership aims to train and uplift the professional development of accountants to better support businesses in both countries.

Through joint programs and initiatives, ISCA and PICPA will work together to develop accountancy talents and provide upskilling opportunities for accountancy professionals in the Philippines. Aspiring Chartered Accountants can benefit from internationally recognized programs offered by ISCA, such as the ISCA Professional Business Accountant Programme and the ISCA Financial Forensic Accounting Qualification, to enhance their skills and competencies in alignment with international standards.

This collaboration will not only strengthen the capabilities of accountancy professionals but also support the growth and expansion plans of businesses and professional services firms in both Singapore and the Philippines. Additionally, ISCA and PICPA will explore joint membership pathways, events, and conferences to promote the attractiveness of the accountancy profession.

Overall, this agreement signifies a significant step towards enhancing the accountancy profession and businesses in both countries, providing accountants in the Philippines with opportunities to gain internationally recognized credentials and contributing to the growth and strengthening of the accounting profession across the region.


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