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Incorporated into : 2013 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Coat of arms (crest) of Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia

Official blazon

Arms : Ermine, two pens in sal tire surmounted by an open Book proper in chief an open Crown Or, on a Chief arched per pale Azure and Sable to the dexter a Rising Sun issuing from a bank of Clouds also proper, and to the sinister five Stars Or representing the constellation of the Southern Cross.
Crest : On a Wreath of the Colours an ancient Ink-horn proper, encircled by an open Crown Or, the lid raised.
Supporters : On either side an Australian Pere­grine proper, holding in the beak a pair of Balances Or.
Motto: 'Nec Timens Nec Favens'.


The arms were officially granted on October 28, 1929.

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