Chartered Accountants work in all fields of business and finance, including audit, taxation, financial and general management. Chartered Accountants are employed in public practice work, others in the private sector and some are employed by governmental agencies. Chartered Accountants must possess a degree in finance and accounting, postgraduate accounting qualifications - the Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting, and serve the exclusive purpose to maintain, check and assess all financial data, apart from advices on current business updates and viewing and modifying tax policies. Chartered Accountants today hold one of the most exacting and rewarding positions. Chartered Accountants have to pass meticulous examinations covering financial management, financial reporting, auditing, business analysis and strategy, and taxation. Chartered accountants must also have a keen sense of communication skills, business awareness and professional judgment.