AIA was formed to promote and support the accountancy profession on an international scale. We have a global reach and work closely with our people and partners in key financial centres to endorse best practice and the highest professional standards and ethics. Our members work in all kinds of businesses, from micro-businesses to multinationals, and they are based all over the world. We can provide singular insight into the accountancy profession, finance and business issues.

We ensure that our members' voices are heard through reports, consultations, events, press releases and commentary. You can find the latest press releases from the Association below.

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06 June 2016

An agreement has been signed with the China Association of Chief Financial Officers (CACFO), long standing partners of AIA, which will enable you to obtain a Mainland Chinese qualification, jointly certified by CACFO and AIA.

12 May 2016

AIA, along with seventeen professional bodies from around the UK, representing members in the legal and accountancy sectors, have issued a pledge against corruption in all its forms, as leaders of the G20 nations gather in London for the anti-corruption summit hosted by the UK Government.

10 May 2016

AIA is once again excited to be supporting Accountex on the 11-12 May 2016 at London’s ExCeL.

03 May 2016

Out of over 100,000 eligible accountancy firms from around the globe, Gloria Murray of Murray Associates was selected to be featured in a new book by Steve Pipe. All the accountants featured have demonstrated a unique awareness and astute business acumen to help their clients be successful. It’s not all about counting beans... it’s about giving the best business advice through access to tools and tips to help drive their business forward.

18 April 2016

The first AIA Hong Kong Business Sustainability and Risk Management Case Analysis Competition took place on Sunday 17 April, boasting a participation of 32 students from universities and higher education institutions in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China.