Abu-Ghazaleh: IASCA Holds its Annual Meeting Remotely


AMMAN – HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman of the International Arab Society of Certified Accountants (IASCA), announced that due to the prevailing conditions, the annual meeting of the Society's Board of Directors and General Assembly will be held remotely online. This step has been taken in line with the current circumstances relating to the coronavirus spread which banned travel and ordinary meetings.

Accordingly, IASCA has become one of the leading professional entities to conduct its meetings digitally.

IASCA’s preparedness for digital transformation and online work, is an established certainty where all files, reports and even voting will be exchanged electronically. The same will apply to the publication of  reports and meeting’s outputs.

Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh affirmed the Society’s keenness on providing all its services for all professionals through its electronic systems which allow remote work such as electronic exam system, digital training platform as well as digital professional publications and curricula issued by the Society; pointing out that the Society also will develop a new set of electronic services which will be announced later on to facilitate publishing and exchange of information. 

The International Arab Society of Certified Accountants (IASCA) was established as a non-profit professional accounting organization on January 12, 1984 in London - UK and was officially registered in Amman on February 24, 1994. IASCA aims to improve the science of accounting, auditing and other related subjects at the international level, as well as to maintain the professional independence of accountants, ensure their protection and apply professional supervision standards as means of upgrading the accountancy and auditing professions.