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08 October 2019

Notice is hereby given that a General Meeting of the Association of International Accountants will be held at the University of London, Room 3A, 1 Cartwright Gardens, London, WC1H 9EN on 05 November at 6:30pm to agree the Special resolution that the draft AIA Constitution (Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, Bye-Laws, Regulations and Code of Ethics) is approved and adopted as the Constitution of the Association in substitution for and to the exclusion of all existing Constitutional Documents of the Association. 

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23 September 2019

When world leaders converge on New York City for the United Nations climate action Summit on 23 September the UN Secretary-General António Guterres will ask leaders from government, business and civil society to address the global climate emergency.

19 September 2019
Brexit

AIA has been working hard with government, other professional bodies and regulators in the UK and European Union since 2016 to explore how Brexit will effect members and - as importantly - their clients. 

17 September 2019
Northern Powerhouse

AIA is a proud partner of the Northern Powerhouse, which brings together 300 organisations with the shared goal of boosting the Northern economy by investing in skills, innovation, transport and culture. 

16 August 2019

Now that Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT is in effect, it’s easier to reflect on HMRC’s digitalisation initiative with clarity.

Where before certain parts of the legislation initially appeared unclear, today we’re able to identify the exact responsibilities of both clients and accountants. Whether that’s knowing how to move your accounts online or selecting bridging software to ensure compliance, all parties now have the resources to stay on the right side of the taxman come tax return deadlines.

14 August 2019

Transparency is vital for a robust and healthy economy.

However, there is substantial evidence of companies registered with Companies House being used to facilitate money laundering through a combination of simple incorporation and inadequate due diligence.

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