Following a successful first year partnership, Investec Click & Invest is announced as the Principal Partner of the ICAS (Institute of Chartered Accountants Scotland) Young CA programme. The 2018 programme commences with the Top 100 Young CAs competition, which rewards the achievements of talented young Chartered Accountants. Nominations are now open for 2018.
The nominations are open until 8 March 2018, with the Top 100 Young CAs announced within the June 2018 edition of the CA magazine. Furthermore, every winning Chartered Accountant will receive an invitation to an exclusive ICAS Young CAs summit in London later this year.
Investec Click & Invest CEO Jane Warren said: “Our partnership with ICAS is a natural fit and we are proud to be the Principal Partner of ICAS Young CAs 2018 for a second year. We are excited to be involved with celebrating their ‘out of the ordinary’ achievements and working with these talented individuals, for whom I am sure have very bright futures ahead of them”.
Incoming Chief Executive of ICAS Bruce Cartwright CA said: “This is a brand-new approach to recognising our brilliant young CAs and all the extraordinary work they do in the profession and beyond. So many of our younger members are driving change and positively influencing the future of business, finance and politics with innovative ideas and sharp minds. They are raising the profile of ICAS around the world and we are extremely proud of them all.
“I would strongly urge my fellow CAs to nominate their colleagues and mentees for this accolade and I wish everyone entering the best of luck.”
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We encourage CAs to nominate peers under the age of 35 who excel and innovate in their field. Nominations are open until 8 March using the online nomination form.