Orders by the MIA Disciplinary Appeal Board

Orders made by the Disciplinary Appeal Board (DAB) against the Appellants by virtue of Rule 28 of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (Disciplinary) Rules 2002 (“Rules”) are hereby published pursuant to Rule 31(1)(a) and Rule 31(2) of the Rules.

Decisions of the Disciplinary Committee of the MIA

Decisions of the Disciplinary Committee of Malaysian Institute of Accountants (‘Institute’) against members pursuant to Rule 18(1) of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (Disciplinary) Rules 2002.

Recent Key Changes within the Revised AML/CFT/CPF and TFS for DNFBPs & NBFIs Policy Document Affecting Accountants

The revised Policy Document on  Anti-Money Laundering, Countering Financing of Terrorism, Countering Proliferation Financing and Targeted Financial Sanctions…


Global Advancements in Public Sector Sustainability Reporting

In the Sovereign Climate and Nature Reporting: Proposal for a Risks and Opportunities Disclosure Framework published by the World Bank in 2022, the World Bank invited the IPSASB to lead a consultative process…

The MIA Sustainability Blueprint for the Accountancy Profession

The nation’s sustainability agenda is fast gaining momentum as Malaysia seeks to transition to a low-carbon economy and honour its climate commitments.

Promoting Inclusivity Through an Accounting Technician Qualification

Like other countries, Malaysia too faces a shortage of qualified accountancy professionals.


Taking Public Sector Internal Audit to the Next Level

Public sector internal audit in Malaysia is embarking on a transformative journey to enhance its role in driving good governance for nation building.

A Passion for Sustainability

As Malaysia embarks on decarbonising the economy, it is critical to integrate sustainability mindsets into development policies and implementation.

In Pursuit of Future Fitness

Accountancy education is critical to nurturing talents who are future fit and relevant to the needs of business and finance.


Acting in the Public Interest  

Members of the accountancy profession are familiar with the assertion that “a distinguishing mark of the accountancy profession is its acceptance of the responsibility to act in the public interest.”

Seeking Better Integration in Sustainability Reporting: Are Existential Questions Around Integrated Reporting Valid?

Is the Integrated Reporting (IR) Framework still relevant amid the increasing convergence of frameworks and standards?

Impairment of Investment in Subsidiaries

Investing in subsidiaries is a common practice for many businesses aiming to expand their market presence, diversify operations, or acquire new technology.


MIA Sustainability, Digital Economy and Reporting Insights (January – March 2024)

The MIA Sustainability, Digital Economy and Reporting Insights provides quarterly updates on the areas of sustainability, digital economy, tax, reporting and research.

Boost Your Digital Transformation at the MIA AFT 2024

No accountant today can afford to lag behind on technology as workplaces and businesses become increasingly digitalised.

Unlocking the Potential for Growth in SMPs: Embracing Innovation and Strategic Expansion

Small- and medium-sized practices (SMPs) are increasingly recognized as some of the most innovative and adaptable organizations in the accounting profession.


Public Sector Internal Audit Conference 2024 – Shaping Tomorrow’s Governance: Innovation in Public Sector Auditing

In today’s dynamic environment where the public sector faces unprecedented challenges, the need for a robust internal audit function is more pronounced than ever.

Risk Management Conference 2023

We are now living in a time of peak uncertainty and volatility as businesses contend with numerous risks that affect their business continuity.

Audit Committees: Catalysts of Change

The business landscape today is becoming vastly more uncertain, volatile and complex.