Tag Archives: IQEX

NASBA/AICPA IQAB Meets

State Board Report October 2013 Though negotiations continue for the development of new mutual recognition agreements, the October 4, 2013 meeting of the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board in Nashville was unable to offer any new agreements for the State Boards’ consideration. Instead, IQAB voted to request the NASBA and AICPA Boards of Directors formally…

IQEX Revised for 2012

State Board Report January 2012 Acting upon the recommendation of the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board (IQAB), the Board of Examiners has approved the revision of the International Qualifications Examination (IQEX) with the Regulation Section (REG) of the Uniform CPA Examination beginning in November 2012. IQEX is administered to non-U.S. professionals who hold a certification…

Meetings Division Ready to Assist Others

State Board Report September 2009 NASBA has some new helpful additions to its communications offerings: ‐ NASBA Meetings Division – Link to this colorful new page to find out how NASBA can assist with your organization’s events. The Meetings Division, a subsidiary of NASBA, was created to plan and execute conferences for outside organizations and…

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…