ESG Advocacy, Protection of the Public Interest and Talent Development are Top Priorities for the Institute, Says MIA CEO

Joining MIA as the new CEO on 28 March 2022, Dr. Wan Ahmad Rudirman Wan Razak said in a recent interview with eAT that he is honoured to have the privilege of leading the Institute on the next phase of its journey…

Dialogue With the Chairman of the Ethics Standards Board

Dr Mohd Nizam Mohd Ali, the Chairman of the Ethics Standards Board (ESB), has 30 years of career experience – 9 in an MNC, 5 in two National Master Franchises, 16 in a GLC alongside some personal attachments…

Islamic Social Finance: A Viable Way to Assist ASEAN MSMEs?

Recognising the potential of Islamic social finance, the ASEAN Federation of Accountants (AFA) hosted a virtual event to facilitate a discussion amongst regional experts on how the system can provide an alternative solution to support ASEAN MSMEs in their efforts to recover from the impact of the pandemic.

Fit for the Future

ACCA and MIA are working together to provide a pipeline of qualified accountants in Malaysia. Andrew Balasan Siang recounts his journey towards ACCA membership.

Integrated Reporting in ASEAN

Regional experts shared their implementation experience at a recent webinar co-organised by AFA, MIA, and CPA Australia

Dr. Veerinderjeet at the Malaysian Tax Conference 2021: Regulate Shadow Economy, Improve Tax Administration to Speedily Boost Tax Compliance and Collection

Tax collection could be raised without resorting to additional new taxes such as capital gains tax, wealth tax and the reintroduction of goods and services tax (GST) by addressing tax non-compliance and systemic inefficiencies.

#CHOOSETOCHALLENGE: Digital Inclusivity

Women Accountancy Leaders Do Double Duty as Tech Champions

Dr. Vee: What to Expect in 2021

As MIA pushes ahead into a new year, President Dr. Veerinderjeet Singh looks back on 2020 and shares his aspirations for the Institute and the profession for 2021 and beyond.

How to Be Future Relevant – From Accountants to Partners in Business Intelligence

Like it or not, the terrain of the accountancy profession is being irrevocably altered by digital technologies. No accountant is immune to the perils of digital obsolescence – and each has opportunities to employ these technologies to grow and advance.

Fit for the Future

COVID-19 hasn’t just ravaged lives, but livelihoods, leaving uncertainty and unpredictability in its wake.