On 19 July the Association of International Accountants (AIA), were delighted to participate in the North East of England Chamber of Commerce ‘Inspiring Females’ Conference. Now in its sixth year, the conference aims to inspire and connect women in business across the North East of England and beyond, as part of a wider Inspiring Females programme of events.
The Association of International Accountants (AIA), the global body for professional accountants would like to express its congratulations to Honorary FAIA Member, Professor Colin Coulson-Thomas on his 2018 CSR Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Association of International Accountants (AIA), the global body for professional accountants would like to express its congratulations to the Financial Secretary of The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Mr Paul Chan Mo-po on his Honorary Fellow Membership to the Chartered Institute of Managament Accountants (CIMA).
As a hugely successful Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) draws to a close, AIA is delighted to have had the opportunity to participate, meet and engage with our 57 commonwealth partners from around the globe. The event which ran from 16 – 20 April in Locations throughout London including Buckingham Palace, Marlborough House, Guildhall and Lancaster House provided the AIA with the opportunity to further understand the needs of our commonwealth partners, whilst highlighting the importance of ongoing financial education.
Accountants are usually reluctant to become involved in helping to document an agreement because of the needs to cover all the points and to use the right words. There is the view that legal matters are things best left to a solicitor. However, that doesn’t need to be the case, and often an accountant can provide greater value than a solicitor when a business enters into a contract.
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With the January 31st tax filing deadline well out of the way, Tim Pinkney, Director of Compliance at the Association of International Accountants, says it’s time for firms to think about ‘spring cleaning’ their risk processes to avoid falling foul of new money laundering regulations.