Inter-American Accounting Association (IAA)
Association interaméricaine de comptabilité
Asociación Interamericana de Contabilidad (AIC)
Associação Interamericana de Contabilidade
1949-05-05 San Juan Puerto Rico
5 May 1949, San Juan (Puerto Rico), as Inter-American Accounting Conference. Current name adopted 1974.
Foster greater communication among sponsoring bodies; increase the level of skill and expertise of the accountant in the Americas.
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Board of Directors (meets at biennial Conference and the Congress Summit of the Americas), consisting of one representative of each member organization or sponsoring body. Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President and 5 members. Honour Committee of 5 members. Technical Inter-American Commissions (9): Accounting Investigation; Audit; Governmental Sector; Education; Administration and Finance; Ethics and the Exercise of Professional Activity; Economical and Fiscal Integration; SME; Technology Systems.
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