May 14, 2021
1. WHAT IS ICAB
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados (ICAB) is the professional membership organization
representing approximately 1,074 Chartered Accountants in Barbados along with 800 students pursuing
professional accounting qualifications. ICAB is the regulator and standard setter for accounting and
auditing in Barbados. It is a body corporate created by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
Barbados (Incorporation) Act 1974 (Cap. 369A). According to the legislation ICAB has the responsibility
- Promote, foster and maintain the highest standards of accounting in public practice, the public
service and commercial and industrial spheres.
- Safeguard and enhance the professional standing, interest and reputation of accountants who
are members thereof and are employed in the spheres specified above.
- Maintain the highest standards of professional etiquette and ethics amongst its members and
encourage the observance of such standards among non-members.
- Express its views to the Government, public authorities, commissions of enquiry and similar
bodies regarding matters affecting its members and the profession.
2. YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
These Terms and Conditions are a legal agreement between you and ICAB regarding your access to and
use of the ICAB website located at www.icab.bb. Each time you access or use any aspect of the website,
you accept and agree to be bound by the most current version of these Terms and Conditions. ICAB
may change these Terms and Conditions from time to time, without any prior notice to you, by posting
the changed Terms and Conditions on its website. It is therefore your responsibility to check the “Last
Updated” date of these Terms and Conditions (at the end of this document) and ensure that you are
using the latest version. If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions, you may not access or use
any part of the website.
3. PERMISSIBLE USERS
If you are a natural person, you may not use this website if you are under the age of 13 without the
consent of your parent or legal guardian.
If you are a legal person, such as a corporation or you are using the website on behalf of an organization
or business, you represent that you are authorised to act on that entity’s behalf.
“Cookies” are small pieces of data (containing references to user ID information) that may be written on
Our website may contain links to other websites. Such websites are independent of ICAB
and ICAB does not endorse, or have any responsibility or liability for or control over these
linked websites. Your use of these websites is at your own risk.
6. PRIVACY MATTERS
7. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Although ICAB will endeavour to ensure that this website is accurate, complete and
current, it does not make any guarantees to this effect.
Under no circumstances shall ICAB, its Council Members, Executive Officers, members,
students or employees be responsible for any loss or damages arising from or in
connection with your use of the website. This website is provided on an “AS IS”, and “AS
AVAILABLE” basis and any use or reliance on this website shall be at your sole risk. ICAB
makes no representations, warranties, conditions or guarantees of any kind regarding this
website, and expressly disclaims all representations, warranties, conditions, and
endorsements as to the operation or contents of or the information provided through this
8. APPLICABLE LAW
Use of this website is governed by the Laws of Barbados.
ICAB may change these Terms and conditions from time to time. Accordingly, you should
check the “Last updated” date of these Terms and Conditions (at the beginning of this
document) and review any changes since the last version.
Should you have any questions regarding these terms and Conditions, you may contact us
using the information below:
Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados
Room 29 Hastings Plaza
Hastings, Christ Church
Tel: 246 429 5678