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10 January 2020
The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5MLD) comes into force today and introduces the requirement for 'obliged entities', including the Association of International Accountants (AIA) Members in Practice, to report certain information discrepancies to Companies House.
 
From 10 January 2020, all obliged entities must tell Companies House if there’s a discrepancy between the information that they hold about a beneficial owner and information on the Companies House people with significant control (PSC) register.

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28 February 2019

On the 26 February the world famous Café de Paris, located in the West End of London, played host to the annual PQ magazine awards. The awards now in their 16th year recognise the future generation of accountants, and the hard work they undertake in order to qualify; as well as those who educate and nurture them on their journey.

19 February 2019

The Association of International Accountants (AIA) are working closely with UK Government to help raise the awareness of the ‘Flag It Up’ campaign aimed at accountants and other professionals in the finance, legal and property sectors.

19 February 2019

AIA is pleased to announce its latest strategic partnership with dynamic merchant services provider, CutPay. The partnership aims to provide AIA members and their clients with preferential rates and heavily discounted card processing facilities; typically up to 40% off.

13 February 2019

With less than two months to go, are you Making Tax Digital (MTD) ready? If not, AIA would urge members to attend the upcoming ‘Making Tax Digital’ webinar on 18 March as Amanda Swales, Director of GoSimple Software covers all the facts and figures, digital software and new processes members will need to undertake in order to make sure their clients are MTD ready by 1 April 2019.

08 February 2019

Do you know your responsibilities to your clients under the current legislation if you have data compromised as a result of a cyber attack? In the event that you have data compromised as a result of a cyber attack there is a good chance that client data will also be compromised so you do need to be aware of your responsibilities under legislation.

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