Newly-Elected President and Honorary Officers for 2020/21

The Institute is pleased to announce the new President, Vice-Presidents, Honorary Treasurer and Honorary Secretary of the Institute for the 2020/21 have been elected at the first Council Meeting 2020/21 which was held immediately after the 48th Annual General Meeting on 25 September 2020. A list of 2020/21 Council Members: The Institute would like to take this opportunity to thank the Council Members for their valuable services and contribution to the development of the Institute in the past year, and congratulate the President, Vice-Presidents and the Honorary Officers for being elected/re-elected. The Institute also counts on your continued support for its future development....
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Chartered Institute of Taxation licenses The Taxation Institute of Hong Kong to award Chartered Tax Adviser status

The Taxation Institute of Hong Kong (TIHK) has announced that it has successfully obtained the licence from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) to grant the designation ‘Chartered Tax Adviser’ to its members. The licence is granted to TIHK as CIOT’s next step in developing the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) brand as a leading international standard in tax. This follows the granting of the same right to the Irish Tax Institute (ITI) and The Tax Institute (TTI) in Australia in 2012. Under the agreement, nearly 1,900 members of TIHK will be able to convert their existing Certified Tax Adviser qualification to Chartered Tax Adviser, joining the existing 19,000 CIOT members, more than 5,000 ITI members and more than 7,000 members of TTI who can already call themselves Chartered Tax Advisers. The Chartered Tax Adviser designation is recognised and respected internationally as a mark of technical excellence and professional integrity. Jeremy Choi, President of The Taxation Institute of Hong Kong, said: CIOT President Glyn Fullelove commented: “I...
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