Facilities for visitors
The Business Centre at Chartered Accountants' Hall offers ICAEW members and students a modern space in central London to meet and work in. Find out more about the services and resources on offer to visitors.
The much improved space offers 45 hot-desks with charging points for mobiles/tablets and an area of desks with privacy screens. There is also a telephone pod for private calls, nine bookable meeting rooms, and an informal seating area.
Resources from the Library are available in the Business Centre and a member of the enquiry team is on hand to help guide you to the right material.
Many older titles are held in an off-site store but can be brought to the Business Centre to consult. We recommend that you contact a member of the library team at email@example.com a few days ahead of your visit to ensure that the material you need will be ready in time.
We have computers that are available for members to use, with access to a range of digital resources, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the internet. You do not need to book to use our computers.
However, you cannot run or install your own programs, software or CD-ROMs on our computers.
Fast, reliable wi-fi is available in the cafe and business lounge area. Ask at the enquiry desk for today's password.
Databases and digital resources
We provide direct access to a range of databases covering accounting, business, finance, law, practice management and taxation, including:
- Bloomsbury Online *
- CCH Online *
- Credo Reference
- EBSCO Business Source Corporate
- FAME *
- IBFD International Taxation Information and Research *
- International Corporate Procedures *
- Lexis Library *
- PwC Inform *
- TaxHub *
- SWAT UK AML Complete, DPB Compliance Manual, Practice Assurance Manual and Probate Manual*
- Who's Who Online
* Due to licensing restrictions, these particular products are only available for direct access inside the Business Centre.
For more information on these databases, see our Library collection pages.
Can't find what you are looking for?
If you're having trouble finding the information you need, ask the Library & Information Service. Contact us by telephone on +44 (0)20 7920 8620, by web chat or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.