国际会计师公会（AIA）注重公众利益，保证我们所有会员的行为规范从而开展工作。国际会计师公会(AIA)是符合爱尔兰“公司（审计和会计）法案2003”规定的机构，并依照“英国反洗钱条例2007”的内容拥有监督地位。职业资格认证目前已被30多个国家认可。在英国，AIA获得英国RQB（Recognized Qualifying Body）审计资格的认可，同时也受财务委员会（FRC）的监管并与他们紧密合作以确保我们审计师具备专业水平。AIA的会员在认证监管机构（RSB）注册能够在整个欧盟地区作为法定会计师寻求注册。我们的任务是提供具有革新性的资格认证，主要体现在现在不同地域的不同会计准则和银行业的考试中。
AIA也提供众多特别为金融财会方面专业人士量身定制的学位证书、执照。我们也被资质和学分制框架(Qualifications and Credit Framework, QCF)认可并作为其颁发机构，被视为英国、威尔士和北爱尔兰在建立和认证资格方面的全新框架，在学历、教育培训等领域给人耳目一新的感觉。
The Association of International Accountants (AIA) is a global body for professional accountants. We aim to create world class accountants; through offering high-standard, relevant and innovative qualifications, and providing first-class, tailored and pertinent services for our members around the world.
Founded in 1928, the AIA has promoted the concept of ‘international accounting’ to create a global network of accountants in over 85 countries worldwide. We have always believed in opportunity, quality, diversity, accountability and transparency, and these principles are reflected in everything that we do.
The AIA works in the public interest, ensuring that our members are appropriately regulated for the work that they carry out. The AIA is a Prescribed Body under the Companies (Auditing and Accounting) Act 2003 in the Republic of Ireland and we also have supervisory status for our members under the UK Money Laundering Regulations 2007. The AIA professional qualification is currently recognised in over 30 countries worldwide.
In the UK, AIA is a Recognised Qualifying Body (RQB) for statutory auditors, and as such we are regulated by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC）and work closely with them to ensure that our auditors are of the appropriately high standard. AIA auditors who are registered with a Recognised Supervisory Body (RSB) are able to seek registration as a statutory auditor across the European Union.
Our commitment to providing innovative qualifications is reflected in our provision of national variant exam papers, and in our optional Islamic accounting and banking exam. The AIA also offers a range of leading edge diplomas, tailored specifically for finance and accounting professionals. the new framework for creating and accrediting qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, which takes a fresh look at qualifications, education and training.
The AIA is continuously working with our members and partners in financial centres around the world to encourage trust, clarity and shared international standards in the accounting profession. The AIA supports the work of the IFRS Foundation and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in developing a single set of high quality, understandable, enforceable and globally accepted international financial reporting standards (IFRSs).
The AIA has members working throughout the whole spectrum of the accountancy profession. Many of our members are at the top of the accountancy industry, from senior management to director level, and representing some of the most important and profitable firms in the world. Conversely, significant numbers of our members work in small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) and we strive to champion the importance of SMEs and their needs.
The AIA was founded in the UK in 1928 as a global accountancy body and now provides qualifications and services for over 7,000 members and 8,500 students, graduates and affiliates in over 85 countries worldwide.
AIA is recognised by the UK Government as a Recognised Qualifying Body for statutory auditors under the Companies Act 2006, as a Prescribed Body under the Companies (Auditing and Accounting) Act 2003 in the Republic of Ireland, and members qualified as a statutory auditor and registered with a Recognised Supervisory Body (RSB) are able to seek registration as a statutory auditor across the European Union. In the UK, AIA also has supervisory status for its members in the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 . The AIA professional qualification is currently recognised in over 30 countries worldwide.
AIA exams are held twice a year around the world and are split into three blocks, each of which build on the knowledge and skills achieved in the previous level. The exams are based on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Standards on Auditing (ISA), complemented by a range of variant papers applicable to local tax and company law in key jurisdictions.
Successful completion of the exams and three year’s relevant work experience is required before qualification to full membership. AIA members are equipped with the relevant skills to explore a wide range of career options and are part of a growing network of professionals who hold key positions in multinationals, SMEs, private practice and the public sector across the globe.AIA members use the designatory letters FAIA, as a Fellow and AAIA as an Associate.Those who achieve the AIA Recognised Professional Qualification (RPQ) as a statutory auditor are able to register with a Recognised Supervisory Body (RSB) and undertake statutory audits of companies of all sizes in the UK in accordance with the UK Companies Acts.
All AIA members must undertake Continuing Professional Development, are subject to Disciplinary Procedures and adhere to the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) Code of Ethics. AIA is regulated by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and the Irish Auditing & Accounting Supervisory Authority (IAASA).
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The AIA is constantly working with our people and partners in financial centres around the world, to encourage trust, clarity and shared international standards in the accounting profession. Many of our members are at the top of the industry, from senior management to director level, representing some of the most important and profitable firms in the world. With a select membership demographic including high numbers of these influential decision makers, the AIA is a truly prestigious organisation.