What is the TCISPA?
The Objects of TCISPA
As set out in its Memorandum of Association
a) govern the discipline, and regulate the professional conduct of its members and students;
b) promote and protect the welfare and interest of the Company (CISPA) and the accounting profession;
c) promote and increase the knowledge, skill and proficiency of members and students in all things relating to the business or profession of accountants;
d) promote, foster and maintain the highest standards of accounting in public practice, and commercial and private sector spheres;
e) safeguard and enhance the professional standing, interest and reputation of accountants who are members thereof;
f) maintain the highest standards of professional etiquette and ethics among its members and encourage the observance of such standards among non-members;
g) provide opportunities for discussion and exchange of views among its members and students, whether or not they are engaged in actual practice;
h) encourage and assist in providing increased facilities for the study of accountancy and related subjects and co-operate with bodies that are in pursuit of those objects;
i) assist its members, past members, and students and the dependants of such persons who are in need;
j) associate with any regional or international body having objects similar to those of the Company to further the interests of the profession; and
k) do anything that is necessary or incidental to the carrying out of the objects specified in paragraphs (a) to (j) of this clause.