A record number of people have graduated from the AIA Diploma programmes this year with the qualification fast becoming the first choice for aspiring accountants and business experts in Greece.
AIA has a long history of providing high quality and in-demand qualifications which are relevant to a fast paced, ever changing finance profession. Designed to meet the needs of a dynamic European financial sector, the AIA diploma equips graduates with the skills and practical knowledge to distinguish them from peers and professional rivals and are highly sought after by employers.
US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has called for swift action to close a federal tax code "loophole" that allows businesses to re-incorporate abroad to avoid US corporate taxes, but offered no new ideas for how to do that.
India and Bahrain trade and commerce has gathered momentum over the years and is poised to grow more with emphasis on partnerships in key sectors.
Hong Kong retained its seventh-place ranking for a second year in the annual Global Competitiveness Index released by the World Economic Forum, with middling scores on education and innovation preventing it from rising higher.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has announced that he will give his annual Autumn Statement to Parliament on 3 December 2014.
Charities are being reminded of the need to report serious incidents to the Charity Commission, the regulator of charities in England and Wales.