Institute of Internal Auditors

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Institute of Internal Auditors

An international trade association for internal auditors. In addition to offering the Certified Internal Auditor certificate, it conducts research, sets professional ethical standards and provides educational and networking opportunities for members. It was established in 1941 and is based in Florida.
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We have been fortunate to have you as a member of the Committee and value the time and efforts you have made to setting the direction of the IIA and accomplishing its strategies and directives" stated Naohiro Mouri, Chairman of the Board nominee in his letter.
QFCA chief commercial officer Raed al-Emadi formally handed over the licence to Hassan al-Mulla, president of the IIA Qatar, at a recent function, according to a statement.
The members of the committee expressed their annoyance over it and said that work does not complete just to make mere runways and structure of the IIA building adding that there was no arrangement of water, gas and electricity there.
Private investors can increase the profitability of their investments thanks to special tax rebates: either through a tax rebate worth 13% of the amount transferred to the IIA or by receiving an exemption from paying income tax on the profit generated by the account.
Speaking about the seminar, Sabrah Al Maskary, president of IIA Oman Chapter stated that IIA Oman Chapter is spearheading the efforts to create awareness about the Enterprise Risk Management and has previously scheduled notable educational seminars for the benefit of the IIA members in Oman.
The IIA, USA recently concluded an external quality assessment of the internal audit activity at Mashreq.
The IIA will function as an independent organisation with dedicated resources, representing a global membership from its headquarters in New York.
The IIA Award is a prestigious honour bestowed upon architects for 'Excellence in Architecture' in India, since 1989.
The IIA is a national coalition of business and nonprofit organizations committed to helping the United States achieve universal broadband.
As one body, the IIA chapters in the region will also be facilitating the Arabised preparation material for candidates in the Middle East,' he noted.
Additionally, The IIA will be establishing a Canadian office with an executive director.
Her extensive record of service to the IIA includes serving as cochair of the Institute's 1993 International Conference and serving as chair of the International Conference Committee from 1996 to 1999.