Protecting the Public

Bermuda and Canada's Chartered Professional Accountants work in partnership to develop and enforce high standards to protect the public interest and maintain the good reputation and integrity of the CPA profession.

Throughout their professional careers, CPAs are subject to ongoing regulation in order to safeguard the public interest.

Bermuda's Chartered Professional Accountants are subject to:

  • Enforcement of exacting Rules of Professional Conduct
  • Continuing Professional Development requirements
  • Comprehensive public oversight and discipline mechanisms

In addition, CPAs practicing public accounting are subject to:

  • Mandatory practice inspection
  • Professional liability insurance programs

CPA Bermuda has a comprehensive complaints investigation and discipline process. If you have a concern or complaint about the conduct of a Chartered Professional Accountant, CPA firm, or CPA student, find out about CPA Bermuda’s complaints process.

Complaints Process

CPA Bermuda maintains a comprehensive and well-resourced complaints investigation and discipline process. It deals on a timely basis with complaints and other matters concerning the professional conduct of members, students and firms.

To file a complaint against a member, student or firm, write to:

Annarita G. Marion, CPA, CA
President and CEO
Chartered Professional Accountants of Bermuda
P.O. Box HM 1625, Hamilton HM GX, Bermuda
Sofia House, 1st Floor
48 Church Street
Hamilton, HM 12

Further Information

For further information about the CPA Bermuda’s disciplinary process, contact CPA Bermuda at 441-292-7479 or