Association of International Accountants (AIA): an international association that brings together accounting professionals from all over the world, recognized and accredited in multiple jurisdictions as a subject used for the supervision of its members in terms of auditing and anti-money laundering, is committed to the implementation and diffusion of high quality standards at international level clarity and transparency in accounting and declarative activity.
CFE Tax Advisers Europe is a Brussels-based association of European tax advisers. Founded in 1959, CFE brings together members from 30 national organisations in 24 European countries, representing more than 200,000 tax advisers. CFE strives to contribute to the co-ordination and development of tax law in Europe by sharing the unique insight of our members with European institutions, and to promote the co-ordination of national laws that govern and safeguard the tax adviser profession.
A British association which, globally, promotes, develops and supports the activity of chartered accountants and similar accounting professionals qualified to carry out their activities in the country of reference, encouraging the adoption of best practices and protecting the high quality and behavioral standards required to its members.
IFA provides a neutral and independent platform where representatives of all professions and interests can meet and discuss international tax issues at the highest level.
Its objects are the study and advancement of international and comparative law in regard to public finance, specifically international and comparative fiscal law and the financial and economic aspects of taxation.
is the leading association for experienced fiduciaries in Switzerland and is a recognized partner to the world of politics and business in making decisions concerning the sector. Through its commitment, network and further education activities, it is a reliable guarantor of high-quality fiduciary services throughout Switzerland.
The association is an independent organization based on membership and a leader in the development of the financial technology innovation ecosystem (FinTech) in Switzerland. It is a center of gravity for the FinTech community in Switzerland. Currently 550 individual members represent various groups of stakeholders, including entrepreneurs, insiders from the financial industry, investors, journalists, policy makers and others. Activities include networking, ecosystem development, knowledge creation, support and promotion of FinTech in Switzerland.
Ated – ICT Ticino is an independent association active in the Canton of Ticino.
The association aims to provide services to its members, encourage the use of new information and communication technologies and promote professional ethics among the sector operators, thus contributing actively to the development of the cantonal economy.