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19 July 2019

AIA operates a range of sanctions imposed on members relating to the seriousness of misconduct, the level and history of non-compliance and the risk posed to the interests of the public and the integrity of AIA’s reputation. The AIA Sanctions Handbook is used by AIA disciplinary committees for all complaints and non-compliance referrals they consider; AIA operates an effective and proportionate enforcement policy, applied in a fair and consistent manner.

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19 July 2019

What do you need to do before the fast approaching 7 August VAT filing deadline?

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT came into force on 1 April 2019 for most businesses in the UK with a taxable turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000. It was the first step in the HMRC’s ambitious plans to become one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world.

17 July 2019

On 3 July, AIA Hong Kong Branch took over 30 students from PolyU Hong Kong Community College to Bangkok, Thailand for the 2nd Multinational Business Case Tournament (MBT) 2018/19.

Now in its 2nd year the MBT is a competition offered to business students in order to develop their communication, presentation and problem-solving skills within a real-world business environment.

17 July 2019

Over the coming months we’ll see the first waves of small and micro employers reach their re-enrolment deadlines.

Re-enrolment means staff who opted out of their workplace pension are put back in by their employer. It’s an important task because it means these staff are given fresh encouragement to save for their retirement.

11 July 2019

On the 27 June 2019 Mr Tony Loke Hoong Nam was re-elected as AIA Singapore branch President for another term during the 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM).

The previous year has been one of great success for the branch focusing on active interaction with local members, statutory boards and professional bodies within Singapore and bordering neighbour Malaysia.

03 July 2019

Dr William Ho re-elected as Hong Kong branch President for another term during the 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Commenting upon his re-election, Dr William Ho said: "With the support of the Executive Committee of the branch, I feel privileged to be re-elected the President of the AIA Hong Kong branch for another term.  

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