Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) possess numerous qualities, skills, and characteristics that are easily transferable to consultancy roles. Considered a league above standard accountants, CPAs gain access to a higher standing in the wider business community among regulators, their clients, and peers.
Before qualifying for their roles, CPAs are required to undergo rigorous training; they must also pass a four-part exam which focuses primarily on ethics. But, where do ethics come into the question of CPAs entering Consultant roles?
In this paper, the question above is answered along with various others in relation to how CPAs become Consultants and often make excellent ones at that.
Read the full white paper here: GCR Whitepaper November 2022 R2