The Institute exists to serve public interest and has wide-ranging responsibilities including promotion and adherence to financial reporting, auditing and ethical standards.READ MORE
What we do
We regulate the accountancy profession; We preserve the integrity of the accounting profession; We promote the competence and the capacities of own members.READ MORE
Leadership and Governance Conference
on 22nd March 2017 at Lemigo Hotel
Job recruitment and advice;
Examption for further study;
Networking and events;
Discounts on products and service.
As a CPA(R) - iCPAR is developing guidance on how to qualify as a CPA(R) and is developing modelities for establishing a Rwanda CPA certificate.
As a CAT(R) - To be eligible you must hold a CAT certificate curvarded by iCPAR or a body of professional accountants outside Rwanda which is a fuel member of IFAC.
Any one who wishes to engage in public practice of accountancy shall apply to the President of the Institute to be so licensed.
Applicante must be members of the Institute or in the process of applying to be a CPA.
In Rwanda, we pride ourselves in good governance and accountability. Without quality accountants you cannot achieve accountability.