Singapore CA Qualification Professional Programmes

The Singapore CA Qualification is a comprehensive post-graduation accountancy programme equipping you with the necessary skills and knowledge needed to be a Chartered Accountant of Singapore (CA (Singapore). Upon completion of the Singapore CA Qualification, candidates will be conferred the CA (Singapore) designation.

Registered Learning Organisation (RLO)

LSBF has achieved the Registered Learning Organisation (RLO) Status for Professional Programme for Singapore CA Qualification.

London School of Business and Finance is authorised to conduct tuition classes for candidates of the Singapore CA Qualification Programme in the following modules:

Professional Programme

1.    Assurance

2.    Business Value, Governance & Risk

3.    Taxation

4.    Financial Reporting

5.    Integrative Business Solutions (Capstone Module)


London School of Business and Finance’s RLO status is valid up to 30 June 2025. See certificate here.


Learn about quality control and financial auditing, including planning, managing, evidence and review. You will also develop your understanding of the regulatory environment in Singapore.

Business Value, Governance and Risk

Acquire a sound understanding on how to create, maintain and protect corporate value. You'll also develop your skills in asset valuation.

Integrated Business Solutions (IB)

This capstone module will develop Candidates' ability to identify business issues and opportunities, and use their knowledge, skills, values, and judgment acquired from the Ethics and Professionalism module, four technical modules, and practical work experience to develop integrative business solutions for relevant stakeholders groups. 


Candidates will be able to deal with the Singapore taxation issues that a general purpose is likely to encounter and appreciate tax planning opportunities under domestic taxation laws.

Financial Reporting

Candidates will be able to demonstrate knowledge and apply the Singapore Financial Reporting Standards (International) (SFRS(I)) to produce a complete set of financial statements for an entity. They will also be able to explain and advise on the application of the SFRS(I), demonstrating appropriate professional judgment in the process.

CA Professional Schedule

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