Association of International Accountants

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a world-wide organisation for professional accountants, which promotes international accountancy. Members have senior financial and managerial appointments in commerce and industry, and also work in private practice. Membership is by examination and members must have had an appropriate period of approved practical accountancy experience and must hold an approved accountancy appointment. There are two grades of membership: Associate, designated AAIA, and Fellow, designated FAIA. Members are styled ‘international accountant’. A student undertaking the Association’s professional examination is styled ‘associated corporate accounting executive’, designated ACAE.



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