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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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26 August 2014
IFRS

The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) today published proposed amendments to IAS 12 Income Taxes.

26 August 2014
Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS)

Vince Cable called on business, unions and individuals to help close loopholes in plans to ban exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts.

21 August 2014
Hospital Medical Care Association

The majority of AIA members will be aware of private health plans, and more often than not, you will question if you really need it when you receive your annual renewal every year.  In most cases, the answer will be no, but the knowledge that it provides you with peace of mind when faced with a medical problem will encourage you to keep it.  The next question you ask yourself is can you get it cheaper, and then you start to hunt out other providers on comparison sites and trawling through adverts, which in all probability will make you wish you had not started. 

20 August 2014

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has today issued an exposure draft: ‘FRED 55 Draft Amendments to FRS 102 – Pension obligations’, in order to clarify issues relating to accounting for defined benefit pension plans in advance of new UK and Irish GAAP becoming mandatory from 1 January 2015.

19 August 2014

People with undeclared offshore tax liabilities are being urged to come forward and pay what they owe or face prosecution, under new rules announced by the government today.

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