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13 February 2019

With less than two months to go, are you Making Tax Digital (MTD) ready? If not, AIA would urge members to attend the upcoming ‘Making Tax Digital’ webinar on 18 March as Amanda Swales, Director of GoSimple Software covers all the facts and figures, digital software and new processes members will need to undertake in order to make sure their clients are MTD ready by 1 April 2019.

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13 August 2018

In April the government launched an independent review of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), the regulator for auditors, accountants and actuaries.

AIA’s response to the Independent Review of the Financial Reporting Council Call for Evidence, which can be read here, highlighted the following:

31 July 2018

The Association of International Accountants (AIA), Hong Kong Branch, took 29 students from PolyU Hong Kong Community College to Kuala Lumpur for the Multinational Business Case Tournament (MBT) 2017/18.

 

MBT is a new competition that’s was introduced to help students develop their communication, presentation and problem solving skills within a real-world business environment.

23 July 2018

The Association of International Accountants (AIA), the global body for professional accountants are delighted to announce that the Professor John Blake Award has been awarded to Ms Ling Ling Chang from the People’s Republic of China, following the results of the November 2017 exam session.

20 July 2018

On 19 July the Association of International Accountants (AIA), were delighted to participate in the North East of England Chamber of Commerce ‘Inspiring Females’ Conference. Now in its sixth year, the conference aims to inspire and connect women in business across the North East of England and beyond, as part of a wider Inspiring Females programme of events.

17 July 2018

The publication of the Government’s White Paper in July 2018, setting out the Future Relationship Between the United Kingdom and the European Union, saw a dramatic change of direction as a mutual recognition model for financial services was dropped from the negotiation objectives and instead replaced with a desire to improve the EU’s current arrangements surrounding equivalence.

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