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New Managing Partner at Roffe Swayne accountants

On 1st October 2016 Jeremy Gardner became Managing Partner at Roffe Swayne Chartered Accountants, succeeding Sharon Ward who is stepping down as Managing Partner after 10 years in the role. Read More


Price Bailey Scoops Leading Adviser Practice...again

Chartered accountant and business adviser Price Bailey has been awarded the title Leading Advisor Practice in the prestigious Schroders UK Platform Awards. It the second time in three years that the firm has won the title. Read More


IAPA German member, KBHT, celebrate their 25th year anniversary

IAPA is delighted to congratulate German member firm, KBHT on the momentous occasion of 25 years. Read More


Celebrations at McInerney Saunders

It was celebration time this week in McInerney Saunders as Owen Sheehy and Susan McKittrick celebrated 25 years with the company. Read More


On Thursday 23 June 2016, the UK public voted to leave the European Union

The referendum was unprecedented with over 71% turnout. Clark Howes Chairman, Tony Sarin, comments: Read More


AAF share their latest news updates

Promotions/new positions, firm news and events/awards/community news from AAFCPAs, Boston, USA Read More



Manchester-based chartered accountancy and business advisory firm Freedman Frankl & Taylor has promoted Adam Caplan to partner. Read More


Cyprus Intellectual Property tax: recent developments

The Cyprus Ministry of Finance (MoF) announced on 30 December 2015 that its new intellectual property (IP) tax regime will become effective on 1 July 2016. Read More


IAPA Asia Pacific Regional Chair, Mohd Noor Abu Baker, elected to the Council of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia

Congratulations to Mohd Noor Abu Baker, Imran Chartered Accountants, who was elected to the Council of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia at their AGM on the 18 June 2016. Read More


Update from JM Corporate Finance, The Netherlands (IAPA affiliate member)

Recent research in the Netherlands shows that most of the entrepreneurs (55%) make wrong estimations about the value of their company. 70% of these entrepreneurs overestimate the value. Read More