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About ACPACC

The ASEAN Chartered Professional Accountant Coordinating Committee ( ACPACC ) established and have the authority to confer and withdraw the title ASEAN Chartered Professional Accountant (ASEAN CPA).

Meet Our Chairman

Meet the Chairman of the ASEAN Chartered Professional Accountant Coordinating Committee (ACPACC)

Dr. Gerard Ee

The 1st Chairman of ACPACC

Dr. Gerard Ee was appointed Chairman of the ACPACC as the representative from Singapore in 2015, and he served as a chairman until 2017.

Dr. Teerachai Arunruangsirilert

The 2nd Chairman of ACPACC

Dr. Teerachai Arunruangsirilert was appointed Chairman of the ACPACC as the representative from Thailand in 2017, and he served as a chairman until 2019.

Pham Tuan Anh

The 3rd Chairman of ACPACC
 

Pham Tuan Anh was appointed Chairman of the ACPACC as the representative from Viet Nam in 2019, and he served as a chairman until 2021.

Ms. Hajah Chairani binti Haji Sulaiman

The 4th Chairman of ACPACC

Ms. Hajah Chairani binti Haji Sulaiman was appointed Chairman of the ACPACC as the representative from Brunei Darussalam in 2021, and her current term expires in 2023

What We Do

Facilitating the development and maintenance of the ASEAN CPA Register
Promoting the acceptance of ASEAN CPA in each participating ASEAN Member Country as possessing general technical and professional competence that is substantially equivalent to that of Professional Accountant registered or licensed in the Country of Origin
 
Developing, monitoring, maintaining and promoting mutually acceptable standards and criteria for facilitating practice by ASEAN CPA throughout the participating ASEAN Member States
Seeking to gain a greater understanding of existing barriers to such practice and to develop and promote strategies to help governments and licensing authorities reduce those barriers and manage their processes in an effective and non-discriminatory manner
 
Encouraging the relevant government and licensing authorities to adopt and implement streamlined procedures for granting rights to practice ASEAN CPA, through the mechanisms available within ASEAN
 
Identifying and encouraging the implementation of best practice for the preparation and assessment of accountants, and
 
Continuing mutual monitoring and information exchange by whatever means that are considered most appropriate, including but not limited to :
  1. sharing of information and regular communication concerning assessment procedures, criteria, systems, manuals, publications and lists of recognised Professional Accountant; and
  2. informing all National Accountancy Bodies (NABs) and/or Professional Regulatory Authorities (PRAs), when it has been notified that an ASEAN CPA is no longer qualified to undertake professional accountancy practice in the Country of Origin, has not complied with the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) policy of the Country of Origin, or has seriously violated technical, professional or ethical standards either in the Country of Origin or the Host Country, whereby such violations have lo to deregistration or suspension from practice or withdrawal from the ASEAN CPA Register