2014 has already begun with great change at the AIA as new President Les Bradley begins his tenure, taking over from Andrew Lamb who has served as President for the last four years. Les has been in practice as an accountant since qualifying with the AIA in 1971 and works within a busy practice. He has accumulated a vast amount of experience across accountancy and taxation services and has a varied client portfolio. He has served on the AIA Council for many years taking on the role as Vice President in 2009. Maggie Timoney has been re-elected as AIA Vice President.
At International Accountant we have also begun the New Year with a new publisher, LexisNexis, which will allow us to further develop the publication and also work in partnership with Tolley®, the UK's only provider of critical tax information, in-depth reference, ground-breaking training and learning resources and unique market insight, to provide services and resources for AIA members.
You should, by now, have received International Accountant 73, where you can read how funding can be effected by gender, the value of intellectual property, the Single European Payments Area migration process and UK GAAP.