The Irish Tax Institute undertook a re-brand in 2016, which consisted of an in-depth audit of all brand materials. A new look and feel was developed for the Institute using modern brand fonts, colour palettes and photography, showcasing a distinctive look and consistent feel.
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As part of the re-brand, a new logo was developed for use by our members and member firms. We would encourage members to use the new Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) logo.
Individuals who have obtained the CTA qualification, maintained their membership fully up to date with the Institute and fully comply with the Institute’s Code of Professional Conduct (including CPD requirements).
The Chartered Tax Advisers (CTA) logo can be used by a professional services firm where, if the firm is a partnership, the majority of the principals of the firm who primarily provide tax advice are qualifying individuals as discussed above or, where the firm is a limited company, qualifying individuals manage or control 51% or more of the company.
In situations where the professional services firm or the limited company do not meet the required criteria, individual members within that firm or company may still use the term Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) to differentiate themselves provided that they meet the individual criteria above.
To access our Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) Brand Guidelines please click here.
These guidelines include sample illustrations of the new Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) logo on stationery.
Should you have any further queries regarding use of the brand guidelines, please contact the Institute team by calling +353 1 6631700.
To have your firm listed on our website please contact Samantha Feely-Lenehan on email@example.com or call +353 1 6631707.