Dickson, Stojak, Huang Chartered Professional Accountants realizes that our professional standing is important to you. That’s one reason we are members of key professional and industry associations, both regionally and nationally. These groups require us to adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards, which we fully support. Our membership also requires us to maintain ongoing professional education to ensure that we are fully up to date about changes to accounting standards, laws and regulations that affect your business. The result is an extra level of confidence for you, knowing that we aren’t just highly respected by our clients, but by our peers as well.
Our professional alliances include:
ROCG is an international professional services and consulting firm with offices throughout North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. ROCG is also the only international firm specializing in the areas of strategy, finance and operations for privately owned and emerging growth enterprises. The organization’s sole focus is on the delivery of strategic business solutions to small and medium sized family-owned enterprises. For more information, please visit americas.rocg.com.
RAN ONE is a global network designed exclusively for accountants and consultants who cater to small to medium enterprises (SMEs). Through RAN ONE, the firm learns new strategies to help our clients achieve their goals as well as investing in new resources, tools and software that further allow us to help you grow your business. Please visit global.ranone.com for more information.
We are CPABC, the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia, one of the largest professional organizations in the province.
In BC, legislation to unify the legacy professional accounting bodies—the Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC (ICABC), the Certified General Accountant Association of BC (CGA-BC), and the Certified Management Accountants Society of BC (CMABC)— went into force on June 24, 2015.
Each provincial CPA will be a member organization of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada), which will soon represent more than 190,000 professional accountants across the country.
CPABC is responsible for the training and certification of CPA students. CPABC is also responsible for the regulating and professional development of its members, and the protection of the public through its ethical standards and discipline processes.
To learn more, please visit www.bccpa.ca.