Society of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors
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SOCIETY OF INCORPORATED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
Arms : Argent, an open book, issuant from the dexter chief a sunburst proper; all within a bordure sable charged with six bezants and six plates alternately.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A demi figure of a scribe proper habited sable, holding in the dexter hand a pen and in the sinister an inkhorn also proper.
Motto: Fides atque integritas
The arms were officially granted on January 24, 1929.
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