Our new preference centre
Stay updated, in control and help us to help you
From updating your email preferences to answering questions on diversity, there are a range of ways for you to stay updated, in control and ensure we have the information we need to provide the services and support you want.
Of course, there’s no such thing as a generic ICAS Member with a fixed set of identical requirements. Each individual CA has specific needs that are defined by their professional sector, the demands of their role, their interests and background, etc.
Our various data processes – from email preferences to surveys – provide us with insights into these individual needs and help to ensure that your ICAS membership is delivering what you need, when you need it.
Our new email preference centre
Our email preference centre has been redesigned to give you greater control and flexibility, to ensure that you’re getting the information and support you need and want.
You can now choose which communications to receive from ICAS, including sector-specific news, invites to the latest events and the exclusive offers that are part of our Member Rewards scheme.
How to update your preferences
Log in to your My ICAS profile at my.icas.com.
Use the arrows to scroll through to the My Preferences screen.
Take a couple of minutes to review the options, and if you’re not sure, start by opting in and then fine tuning your choice once you’ve had a chance to decide what works best for you.
Click ‘Confirm’ to save your selections.
Updating your details is a regulatory requirement
Did you know that because ICAS is a regulatory body, you have an obligation to notify us within one month of any changes to your registered (business or home) address and to your practice or employment details? If any of your details have recently changed, please update them by logging in to your My ICAS profile at my.icas.com.
The importance of diversity data
Each year, through our Member surveys and as part of the Annual Renewal process, you’ll have the opportunity to answer a range of diversity-related questions, covering topics such as your working pattern, religion and if you have any caring responsibilities – questions which are standard good practice across large organisations and employers within the accountancy profession.
Your answers will be confidential and only accessible for reporting and analysis purposes by a very small number of ICAS employees. The insights derived will enable us to understand and support the needs of our diverse membership. They will help us to be transparent with you, and the wider world, on where there are gaps, in representation, support and services, and by becoming aware of those gaps we’ll be able to fully address them.
Better understanding for better support
Quite simply put, whether its diversity questions, email preferences or any other form of membership data, the better we can understand you, the profession and your individual and collective needs, the better-equipped we’ll be to support and represent you.
If you have any questions related to any of this, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.