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          歷史沿革
          歷史沿革

          History

          The Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) is one of Australia's oldest representative professional bodies, formed over 90 years ago. Commencing operations in 1923, our evolution has seen us grow to our current position with over 46,000 students and members internationally.

          • 1923 - Institute of Factory and Cost Accountants, formed in Melbourne, Victoria.
          • 1950 - Institute of Taxation and Cost Accountants, name change.
          • 1957 - National Institute of Accountants, name change.
          • 1967 - Institute of Commercial Studies, name change.
          • 1970 - Institute of Affiliate Accountants, name change.
          • 1988 - National Institute of Accountants, adoption of the precedent name.
          • 2002 - NIA gazetted as an authorised assessing authority for skilled migration to Australia.
          • 2004 - NIA became a member of the International Federation of Accountants.
          • 2007 - NIA became a member of Asia Oceania Tax Consultants' Association.
          • 2011 - the NIA changes it name and adopts a new identity, becoming the Institute of Public Accountants.
          • 2011 - The IPA becomes a member of the Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants.
          • 2012 - The IPA is included in the BRW's 2012 Most Innovative Companies List
          • 2013 - The IPA celebrates its 90th birthday.
          • 2015 - The IPA acquires the Institute of Financial Accountants in the UK, bringing our membership base to 42,000 across 80+ countries.

          Throughout all phases of history, we have supported and championed our members and the profession. We are here to protect and support our members as well as the SME/SMP sector, and to ensure our members gain appropriate professional recognition.
          Click here for more information on our Professional Recognition.

          Representation

          We make representations to Government including the Australian Tax Office, Australian Securities and Investment Commission, Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority, Treasury Tax Agents Board and the Attorney General's Department.
          We also ensure the concerns of members are voiced with government and key industry sectors through representation on special interest groups and committees including:
          AASB Urgent Issues Group   |   Approved Auditors Subcommittee   |   ASIC Chairs Committee   |   ASIC Regional Liaison Group   |   ASX Corporate Governance Council   |   ASX Listed Entities Liaison Committee   |   ATO Accounting Working Group   |   ATO CEOs Forum   |   ATO Foreign Source Income Subcommittee   |   ATO GST Subcommittee   |   ATO Lodgement Working Party   |   ATO National Tax Liaison Group   |   ATO NTLG International Financial Reporting Standards Subcommittee   |   ATO Research Steering Committee   |   ATO Tax Reform Working Party   |   ATO Technical Issues Management Subcommittee   |   ATO/Tax Practitioner Forum   |   Australia China Business Council   |   Australia Malaysia Business Council   |   Bookkeeper Industry Advisory Group   |   Capital Gains Tax and Losses Subcommittee   |   CEDA CEOs Forum   |   CEDA CFOs Forum   |   Consultative Group to the Australian Accounting Standards Board   |   Council of Business Associations   |   Council of Small Business Associations COSBOA   |   Emerging Issues Taskforce   |   Financial Reporting Council   |   Fringe Benefits Tax Subcommittee   |   Innovation Business Services Australia Bookkeeper Advisory Committee   |   Insolvency Law Advisory Group   |   National Small Business Forum   |   National Superannuation Consultative Committee   |   NTLG Superannuation Subcommittee   |   Regional ATO/Tax Practitioner Forums   |   Regulatory Discussion Group | Skills Council of Victoria   |   Small Business Coalition   |   Standards Australia Financial Planning Subcommittee   |   Superannuation National Audit Consultative Committee   |   Sydney Research Group (Accounting)   |   Tax Pack Advisory Panel   |   Trans Tasman Accounting Standards Advisory Group

          歷史沿革

          公共會計師協會(IPA)是澳大利亞歷史最悠久最具代表性專業團體之一,已有90多年歷史。自1923年成立以來,IPA逐漸發展為目前在全球擁有超過46,000名會員及學員的專業機構。

          • 1923年 – 澳大利亞工廠與成本會計師協會成立
          • 1950年 – 更名為澳大利亞稅務與成本會計師協會
          • 1957年 – 更名為澳大利亞國家會計師協會
          • 1967年 – 更名為澳大利亞商業學會
          • 1970年 – 更名為澳大利亞會計師聯盟
          • 1988年 – 恢復為澳大利亞國家會計師協會(NIA)名稱
          • 2002年 – NIA獲授權成為澳大利亞技術移民評估機構
          • 2004年 – NIA成為國際會計師聯合會(IFAC)正式成員
          • 2007年 – NIA成為亞洲-大洋洲稅務師協會(AOTCA)成員
          • 2011年 – NIA更名并采用新身份,成為公共會計師協會(IPA)
          • 2011年 – IPA成為亞太會計師聯合會(CAPA)成員
          • 2012年 – IPA成為BRM2012年度最具創新公司之一
          • 2013年 – IPA慶祝成立90周年
          • 2015年 – IPA合并財務會計師公會(IFA)成為擁有逾42,000名會員遍布80多個國家和地區的公共會計師協會集團(IPA Group)

          縱觀協會發展歷史,我們一直在積極支持我們的會員和會計行業的向前發展。我們保護和支持會員,同時也保護和支持SME/SMP行業,確保我們的會員獲得恰當的專業認可。
          點擊此處了解更多有關協會專業認可的信息。

          我們代表

          我們在諸多政府部門中代表會員利益,包括澳大利亞稅務局、澳大利亞證券與投資委員會、澳大利亞審慎監管局,司庫稅務代理委員會和總檢察署等。

          此外,我們也通過以下特殊利益集團和委員會來確保會員的心聲能夠在政府和重點行業部門得以反映:

          AASB緊急事務組|核準的審計師分委員會|ASIC主席委員會| ASIC區域聯絡組| ASX公司治理委員會| ASX上市實體聯絡委員會| ATO會計工作組| ATO首席執行官論壇| ATO外資收入分委員會|ATO GST分委員會| ATO關稅工作組| ATO國家稅務聯絡組| ATO NTLG國際財務報告準則分委員會|ATO研究指導委員會| ATO稅務改革工作小組| ATO技術問題管理分委員會|ATO /稅務從業者論壇|澳中商會|澳大利亞-馬來西亞商會|簿記業咨詢小組|資本收益稅和損失分委員會|CEDA首席執行官論壇| CEDA首席財務官論壇|澳大利亞會計準則理事會咨詢小組|商業協會理事會|小企業協會理事會COSBOA |新興問題工作組|財務報告委員會|附加福利稅分委員會|澳大利亞簿記服務創新咨詢委員會|破產法律顧問組|全國小企業論壇|全國退休金協商委員會| NTLG養老金分委員會|區域ATO /稅務從業者論壇|監管討論組|維多利亞州技能委員會|小企業聯盟|澳大利亞財務規劃標準分委員會|養老金國家審計咨詢委員會|悉尼研究小組(會計)|稅務顧問小組|跨塔斯曼會計準則顧問組

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