Annual Report 2011/2012 Professional Standards Councils
Tabled paper 112
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Professional Standards Council
53Professional Standards Councils Annual Report 201112 Table 14: Cover of Excellence schemes in Victoria Association Scheme applies to: Number of members participating in scheme in vic Limit of liability Start date for scheme End date for scheme Accountants CPA Australia (Vic) all members of CPA Australia ordinarily resident in Victoria who hold a current public practice certificate and who are not exempt 2,210 $0.5 million minimum, to $75 million 21 April 2008 20 April 2013 Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (Vic) all members of ICAA ordinarily resident in Victoria who hold a current public practice certificate and who are not exempt 6,274 $75 million cap 3 March 2008 2 March 2013 barristers The Victorian Bar Incorporated all participating members holding a current Victorian barristers practising certificate 716 $2 million 1 July 2008 30 June 2013 Engineers Engineers Australia (Vic) members of Engineers Australia who are also members of the Engineering Science and Technology Professional Standards Society 2 $1.5 million to $20 million 19 January 2010 18 January 2015 Solicitors Law Institute of Victoria full members of the Law Institute of Victoria who hold a current public practice certificate and who elect to participate in the scheme 2,858 $2 million or $10 million 1 July 2010 30 June 2015 c o m p lia n c e r e p o r t in g
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