Exemplars in their field
ICB qualifications have earned a reputation as the premium and toughest bookkeeping qualifications globally. ICB membership demonstrates a unique commitment to the bookkeeping profession. Members are expected to maintain their skills throughout their career through annual CPD targets and active participation in the organization.
ICB Membership Grades
- Certified ICBUSA Fellow Bookkeeper (FICB)
- Certified ICBUSA Member Bookkeeper (MICB)
- Certified ICBUSA Associate Bookkeeper (AICB)
- Certified ICBUSA Bookkeeping Technician (CBT)
Bookkeepers with ICB Certification
ICB awards Certification to members who have completed advanced qualifications. The designation offers a reliable benchmark for businesses, government, and the public.
A Regulated Profession
Offering a bookkeeping service to clients as a public practice is a regulated profession in many countries. ICB members in public practice are supervised under regulations appropriate to their country.
Individual members can apply for election to the Advisory Council: an ICB consultative group of ICB members.
The council has a responsibility to represent the views and opinions of members and the wider bookkeeping profession and to provide informed advice and independent support to the ICB Executive.
Fellow is the highest grade of ICB membership, reserved for the best of the best. Fellows are vital to ICB's decision-making processes and their collective knowledge and experience are regularly called upon.
Angie Wright helps clients by relieving the pressure of their finances. Read Angie's profile here.
Wendy is great at organizing her clients' financial processes. She's also a wildlife enthusiast.
Kanika's business provides bookkeeping services to boutique fitness studios. Find out more in Kanika's profile.
With 30 years' finance experience, Leonard makes his bookkeeping business fit in around his nomadic lifestyle with his wife.
A proud Mum and a TV addict, bookkeeper Cathy helps her clients find clarity with their accounting.
A self-declared numbers nut, Marina from Alaska is passionate about small business accounting.
After 27 years as CFO of various businesses, Dan set up his own bookkeeping business so he could be a stay at home Dad.
Thea says she runs her bookkeeping business to help other businesses 'keep the spark alive' and not get overwhelmed.
Angie from Texas helps clients by relieving the pressure of their finances. Read Angie's profile here.