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ICAI Website Guidelines Amendment
ICAI Website Guidelines Amendment – It is hereby announced that the Council at its 345th Meeting held on 14th – 16th August, 2015 decided to amend the ICAI Website Guidelines, based on the recommendations of the Ethical Standards Board.
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The amendment has been carried out between paras 6(ix) and (7) of the Website Guidelines, and is shown in bold hereunder:-
“6(ix) Nature of assignments handled (to be displayable only on specific “pull” request). Names of clients and fee charged cannot be given.
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Note: Disclosure of names of clients and/or fees charged, on the website is permissible only where it is required by a regulator, whether or not constituted under a statute, in India or outside India, provided that such disclosure is only to the extent of requirement of the regulator.
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Where such disclosure of names of clients and/or fees charged is made on the website, the member/ firm shall ensure that it is mentioned on the website [in italics], below such disclosure itself, that “This disclosure is in terms of the requirement of [name of the regulator] having jurisdiction in [name of the country/ area where such regulator has jurisdiction] vide [Rule/ Directive etc. under which the disclosure is required by the Regulator].
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(7) Since Chartered Accountants in practice/firms of Chartered Accountants are not permitted to use logo with effect from 1st July, 1998, they cannot use logo on Website also.”