Uniting the Accounting Profession in New Brunswick. MARCH/APRIL 2013. Steering Committee. Darrell Stewart, FCGA, President, Certified General Accountants Association of New Brunswick (CGA-NB) Pierre Doiron, FCGA, 1 st Vice-President, CGA-NB
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“As your provincial board considers this matter, we encourage you to ask questions about how this could impact you, your professional status and your future career opportunities. Please ensure that your respective board organizations have considered the risks and have mitigated them in your favour.”
We trust that after this session all your questions will have been addressed satisfactorily.
During the Transition Phase a 12 member CPA NB Board is proposed:
For 10 years legacy CGAs may use any of these:
After 10 years, CPA can be used alone or you can use just your legacy designation if you prefer.
(same rules apply to CAs and CMAs respectively)
For 3 years firms may use the designation styles listed previously for individuals or they may use just CPA or Chartered Professional Accountants. After 3 years firms use Chartered Professional Accountant or CPA only.
BUT once CPA legislation passes, any new firms must sign all Assurance Reports as Chartered Professional Accountant or CPA ONLY.