Effective February 28, 2017, the Memorandum of Understanding on Reciprocal Membership Arrangements (MOU) was ratified between all Canadian CPA bodies and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP). If you would like to view the MOU, please contact your provincial/regional CPA body. CPA members seeking membership with the ICAP Members in good standing with a Canadian provincial CPA body who have: more than two years of post-designation experience will be eligible for membership with the ICAP with no additional requirements less than two years of post-designation experience will be subject to a review of their practical experience obtained pre- and post-qualification All experience must have been gained as a member of a Canadian provincial CPA body. CPA members seeking to practice as a Chartered Accountant in Pakistan CPA members who fulfill the conditions to earn the ICAP designation as mentioned above and desire to practice accounting in Pakistan as a ICAP member: will be required to pass the papers of Advanced Taxation and Corporate Law of the Final Examination must have at least two years of post-qualification training with training organization(s) in practice or they shall undergo further training with training organization(s) in practice to complete the aggregate training of two years with training organization(s) in practice CPA members seeking the rights to practice public accounting as a Chartered Accountant in Pakistan Access to audit rights and the ability to certify any document are not part of this MOU. CPA members may be required to meet further requirements to gain access to these rights.