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US Citizen potentially looking to pursue accounting in India

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US Citizen potentially looking to pursue accounting in India [#permalink] New post 18 Aug 2010, 21:08
Hi,

So basically, despite having lived in America all my life, given that I am of Indian origin, I have been interested in potentially pursuing a career there, especially given the growth opportunities and since all of my extended family is there. Eventually, I either see myself getting into controller/CFO type positions at a company and travelling back and forth between the India/US, staying in public accounting but advising India and US clients, or staying in India. The reason I'm kind of moving away from the US is because I see a lot more opportunity for growth in India and a greater chance to make an impact.

The big problem, however, is that in the US one needs a CPA to be an accountant, but in India, you need the CA designation. Therefore, I'm wondering, given my goals, what would be the best way to get over this hurdle? I guess I could take both exams, but that is very time consuming and I'm just wondering if there are better ways of going about doing this aside from attaining both designations.
US Citizen potentially looking to pursue accounting in India   [#permalink] 18 Aug 2010, 21:08
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