Regulators are urging savers to keep calm and not rush to make any decisions about their pension in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), supported by the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS), say fears over the impact of the pandemic on markets and personal finances may make savers more vulnerable to scams or making a decision that could damage their long-term interests.
Here at the AIA we are acutely aware of the potential day-to-day stresses and strains which can be placed on our members in the accountancy profession; especially at this busy time of year. With this in mind AIA is pleased to provide you with this insightful article from our strategic partner SmartVault, which outlines 7 ways to add mindfulness into your workday.
The Association of International Accountants (AIA) would like to express its sincere congratulations to FAIA Member Professor Colin Coulson-Thomas on becoming a Fellow of the World Academy of Productivity Science.
Fellowship is to honour those “who have made a significant contribution to the world through their promotion of productivity science and practice”. According to his formal notification, Colin joins “a distinguished group of people who have committed significant portions of their lives to helping to raise the living standards of people across the globe through productivity”.
AIA welcomed a delegation from Shanghai Lixin University of Accounting and Finance (SLUAF) and Metro Education this week to celebrate our 20-year partnership. By working together with common values and innovative qualifications the partnership has produced thousands of graduates through the AIA & Lixin International Programme and it is upon this already successful basis that the delegation travelled to the UK to discuss expanding the provision of globally recognised, high quality qualifications and skills training for finance professionals.
On 16 November 2019 successful candidates gathered to celebrate their achievement in becoming AIA members. Held in Beijing, the graduation ceremony recognised the achievements of candidates who have successfully completed their qualifications.
Victims of pensions scams could lose 22 years’ worth of savings within 24 hours, according to new analysis by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
These startling figures come as the FCA and TPR re-launch ScamSmart; a campaign supported by the AIA which aims to encourage people to protect a lifetime of savings.