CFOs – Leading in the Digital Age

Technology is disrupting all facets and functions of business – and CFOs and the finance function are not exempt. MIA’s CFO Conference 2019 themed Leading in the Digital Age seeks to upskill CFOs to better navigate the digital developments and trends impacting their role and the finance function.

Employing AI to Enhance Productivity and Business Performance

Users with AI experience in multinational corporations (MNCs) and SMEs shared their insights at a panel discussion on “Experience Sharing by Professional Accountants in Business (PAIBs) and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) adopting AI” at the recent RoBoCFO Workshop: Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Analyse Financial and Business Trends.

Anti-Corruption Crusader Tan Sri Abu Kassim on the new National Anti-Corruption Plan

As Malaysia is on its journey to become a fully-developed and towards a high income nation, fighting against corruption is high on our agenda.

SMEs and Enterprises – Mining the Value in Your Data

Business today is inundated by data, referred to as the new oil. But how can SMEs and smaller enterprises mine and harness this data to make laser-focused decisions and improve performance?

Improving the Governance of Shariah Committees

How can the governance of Shariah Committees be improved?

Hey, Future Self, Why Didn’t You Get That Certification?

Professional certifications are difficult endeavours. Even though technology has made it far easier (with online self-study and practice exams), time and effort are still required.

IFAC Global SMP Survey – A Malaysian Perspective

What does the SMP landscape look like in Malaysia? Drawing on the 2018 IFAC Global Survey of SMPs, these are some of the key highlights from the Malaysian data that both SMPs and MIA as the developer and regulator of the profession can use to build capacity and competency.

Harness The Power of Big Data in the Public Sector

Rolling out big data analytics in the public sector can enable better policy and service design to make the most of squeezed budgets, especially in vital areas like healthcare and social services.

Comparing Negative Interest Rates Policy & Mudarabah Investment Deposits

Heavyweight economies such as Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Japan, and EU (via the European Central Bank) initially introduced negative interest rate policies in order to stimulate their economies through money lending activities and to attract more local and international borrowers.

Decisions of the Disciplinary Committee of the MIA

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