We are members of the ICAEW
Legally anyone can call themselves an ‘accountant’ without having any qualifications, training or experience, choosing the wrong accountant can be a costly exercise. Cadwallader & Co are members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and provide security on advice over non- qualified firms.
What does chartered mean?
The chartered title is an internationally recognised professional designation which can be used by qualified professionals including accountants, engineers and surveyors. It demonstrates the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct, up–to-date technical expertise and capability of a qualified professional.
Chartered Accountants listen and question, ensuring the recommendations they make are of the highest standard. Their high quality advice, sound judgement and insight into your finances are second to none. They have in-depth knowledge and technical expertise gained from rigorous academic training, and the ability to apply it to all financial situations. Above all, they are bound by a Code of Ethics which ensures their professionalism and responsibility to their clients.
Because the world is constantly changing, you need the most up-to-date financial advice, and to understand how the latest regulations affect you or your business. Chartered Accountants are at the fore front of their profession, so you know that the guidance they give can be relied on to help you make the best decisions possible.