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.

Optimising eConfirm.my for Bank Confirmation Requests

Among its efforts to future-proof the profession, MIA pioneered an Electronic Bank Confirmation platform widely known as eConfirm.my for the entire auditing industry in June 2020.

Automating Banking and Accounting Processes with AutoCount Cloud Accounting

In modern business operations, the integration of banking and accounting processes has become increasingly crucial for maintaining efficiency and accuracy.

MIA Accounting & Financial Technology Showcase 2024 – Digital Empowerment: Innovation for Sustainable Growth and Future Leadership

The Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) strongly champions digital empowerment as the way forward for the profession.

MIA Sustainability, Digital Economy and Reporting Insights (October – December 2023) 

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

MIA International Accountants Conference 2024 – Navigating New Frontiers, Embracing Sustainability

It is that time of the year again as the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) gets ready to roll out the flagship MIA International Accountants Conference 2024.

Understanding the Distinction Between Bookkeepers and Accountants

Individuals who are not in the finance or accounting industry and the public are usually unable to tell bookkeepers and accountants apart.