Des Hudson's (Chief Executive of ICAS) article about the proposed ICAEW merger, which is published today in Accountancy Age, has raised the hackles of the ICAEW.
In the article Des Hudson says that the merger is based on "unproven beliefs", and that a "monolithic institute" would not be more effective.
He goes on to say that ICAS sees considerable benefit in an "exclusive and unremitting focus on chartered accountants".
Eric Anstee is reportedly so incensed, by what he calls "spoiling tactics", that he has threatened to "realign" the ICAEW's funding of CCAB; he may even withdraw ICAEW from CCAB.
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