For using the Chartered Accountant logo given and made by ICAI. ICAI has been issued some guidelines for using it. Read all the guidelines carefully before using it.

Guidelines

As part of an ongoing drive to promote the brand of CA profession, and responding to the long felt need to have a symbol CA profession in India, the ICAI has come up with a new unique logo for its members. The new logo has been artistically designed to display the dynamism of the profession modernĀ times. Encapsulating the current beliefs, attitudes, and values of the profession, the new logo seeks to enhance the identity of the members. Attempts have been made to keep the new logo simple yet aesthetically pleasing and full meaning and vigor.



Chartered Accountant logo in Black and White

Black and white chartered accountant logo

The logo consists of letters “CA” with a tick mark(upside down) inside the rounded rectangle with white background. The letters “CA” have been put in blue, the corporate color which only stands out on any background but also denotes creativity, innovation, knowledge, integrity, trust, truth, stability, and dept. The upside down tick mark, typically used by Chartered Accountants, has been included to symbolize the wisdom. The green color in the tick mark signifies growth, prosperity, harmony, and freshness.

Colors in Chartered Accountant logo

Colors in Chartered Accountant logo

Members are encouraged to use the new logo as published here (also on the cover of the issue) as it is. Do not change the design and colors, including the white background. Refrain from rotating or tilting the logo.

Find more official statements issued by ICAI. Click here to read

The correct and incorrect usage of the logo has been explained below:

How to use Chartered Accountant logo correctly

Some photos of the ICAI guidelines on using Chartered Accountant logo:

Download this guideline issued by ICAI on new CA logo. Click here to download this guidelineĀ 

Read from the official website of ICAI. Click here to read this guideline from ICAI website

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