Tag Archives: IQAB

U.S. and Canadian IQABs Meet

State Board Report May 2012 It has been approximately 10 years since the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (CICA) International Qualifications Appraisal Board have come together for a meeting, but the proposed merging of Canada’s professional accounting designations may have bearing on the longstanding mutual recognition agreement (MRA)…

Board Okays UAA Revise and HKICPA MRA

State Board Report August 2011 The NASBA/AICPA Uniform Accountancy Act Committee and the NASBA/ AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board both saw their recommendations approved as submitted at the July 29 meeting of the NASBA Board of Directors, held in Coeur d’Alene, ID. The American Institute of CPAs’ Board of Directors similarly approved the documents at…

Mutual Recognition Agreement CA Ireland

May 25, 2010 The IQAB and the CAI, as parties to this document, have achieved a consensus on principles for reciprocity to be recommended to the Council of the Chartered Accountants Ireland and to the individual U.S. State Boards of Accountancy that grant, respectively, the CA and the CPA designations. To promote reciprocity this agreement…

U.S. and New Zealand Sign Mutual Recognition Agreement

NEW YORK and NASHVILLE (August 17, 2009) — The U.S. International Qualifications Appraisal Board (U.S. IQAB) and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants have entered into a five‐year Mutual Recognition Agreement that establishes the basis for reciprocity between the U.S. and New Zealand accounting professions. William Treacy, chair of U.S. IQAB, and Linda Turner,…

NASBA Board Approves NZICA MRA

State Board Report August 2009 A mutual recognition agreement with the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants was approved by the NASBA Board of Directors at their July 17 meeting in Avon, Colorado. This brings the total to six such agreements developed by the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Board (IQAB) and recommended to the State Boards…

Regional Meetings Weigh International Issues

State Board Report July 2009 A mutual recognition agreement with the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants was approved by the NASBA Board of Directors at their July 17 meeting in Avon, Colorado. This brings the total to six such agreements developed by the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Board (IQAB) and recommended to the State Boards…

Mutual Recognition Agreement with Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia – 2009

April 16, 2009 The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) have jointly established the United States Internal Qualifications Appraisal Board (U.S. IQAB) to eliminate impediments to reciprocity by serving as the link between the accounting profession in the United States and the accounting profession in…

2008 Annual Meeting, Todd Nissen, Trade Agreements and the Accounting Profession

October 21, 2008 This presentation, given by Todd Nissen, Office of the United States Trade Representative, discusses Trade Agreements and the Accounting Profession, and why IQAB’s work is critical. See Full Presentation:Trade Agreements and the Accounting Profession

IQAB Renews Agreement with CICA & IMCP

State Board Report May 2008 At a time when NAFTA is being carefully scrutinized, the accounting profession is making the agreement work. Representatives from the Canadian, Mexican and US governments were on hand to see the April 17 signing of the renewal of the professional mutual recognition agreement (PMRA) of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants,…

UK POB’s Director Meets With IQAB

State Board Report June 2007 Paul George, Director of the United Kingdom’s Public Oversight Board, outlined the responsibilities of his group at the May 4, 2007 meeting of the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board in Washington, DC. Asked to address the meeting by NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board Chair William Treacy, Mr. George explained the aim…