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AIA was formed to promote and support the accountancy profession on an international scale. We have a global reach and work closely with our people and partners in key financial centres to endorse best practice and the highest professional standards and ethics. Our members work in all kinds of businesses, from micro-businesses to multinationals, and they are based all over the world. We can provide singular insight into the accountancy profession, finance and business issues.

We ensure that our members' voices are heard through reports, consultations, events, press releases and commentary. You can find the latest press releases from the Association below.

For articles, spokespeople and leading commentary on a variety of issues, call +44 (0)191 493 0267 to speak to the Marketing & PR team.

AIA PRESS RELEASES

17 May 2017

The Association of International Accountants (AIA) Hong Kong branch will be exhibiting on 17 June at the Higher Education Festival in Hong Kong.

02 May 2017

The Association of International Accountants (AIA), the global body for professional accountants will be exhibiting from 10 – 11 May at the National Accountancy Exhibition & Conference at the ExCel, London.

06 April 2017

AIA is pleased to add Cumberland Building Society to the list of banks, building societies and insurance companies who accept signatures of AIA practising members on the accounts of clients seeking finance and mortgages.

15 March 2017

The Association of International Accountants (AIA) is now listed and recognised by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, among the bodies whose members are able to sign the certificate used to confirm active farmer status, and also the certificate used to confirm young and new farmer status.

08 March 2017

As women around the world celebrate and support International Women's Day 2017, we wanted to draw your attention to the article "Women in Finance: Not Adding Up!" published in the recent issue of International Accountant. The article is based on a report by Visible Women (VW), examining gender diversity in the accounting profession. The report found that less than a quarter of the 4,771 executives they profiled were female and highlighted the need for professional accounting bodies to do more to attract and support female members and accountancy firms to do more to promote flexible working practices.

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