Member firms shall have the required qualifications and licences to undertake professional
work in their respective areas.
Member firms shall be committed by having relevant staff and facilities to provide high quality
and efficient services to clients and to other member firms.
Member firms shall have adequate professional indemnity insurance.
Member firms must demonstrate that they have passed the pre-admission quality screening review process.
Benefit of membership:
Share and obtain knowledge and professional advice from other member firms in the Network.
Expand the service network while maintaining and enhancing goodwill of existing clients by referral of national or international nature.
Use of venue and facilities of other CAS Global member firms when visiting their office or location.
Regular exchange of technical and relevant information.
Distribution of relevant technical knowledge on national or international issues in the areas of accountancy, audit and assurance, taxation and advisory.
Professional staff exchange among CAS Global member firms for wider exposure of working experience in different environments and countries.
Be part of a growth-orientated national and international Network.
Practice expansion through client referral.
Sharing of marketing materials and information.
Participation in the Network’s Quality Assurance Programmes.
Small and medium firms can join together and emulate larger firms by establishing our own Network.
Increase client base through Network referrals and strategic alliances using a common marketing and branding platform.
Opportunities for member firms to discuss issues of strategic importance during CAS Global annual regular events and conference.
Enhance member firms’ profile with the objective of attracting more quality clients and staff through coordinated marketing programmes.
Expand or diversify existing services and intellectual capacities to face the increasingly competitive markets.
Commitment from all member firms to support one another’s business growth requirements.
Procedure for membership application
The geographical area is closely defined. This could involve state, province or country.
A potential new member firm may be identified through several ways. These include personal recommendation from current CAS Global member firms and advertisements in professional press/magazines.
The prospective member firm’s profile will be reviewed and the firm’s acceptability will be confirmed using a check list which will expressly state certain acceptable policies and procedures within CAS Global.
Pre-membership review will be carried out to ensure initial compliance with CAS Global Pre-admission Quality criteria.
Full profile will be reviewed and acceptability shall be confirmed by the Board. Download the forms by clicking the link below: