The International Accounting Group (TIAGÂ®) conducted its 19th international conference in Brussels for its members on October 22-24, 2012. Vincent Van Dessel, the CEO of NYSE Euronext Brussels, delivered a talk on the future of public markets as a vehicle of financing for small and mid-sized enterprises.TAGLawÂ®, TIAG's sister alliance of independent law firms, held its 27th international conference in parallel, and the two alliances conducted joint sessions on the third day of the conference.
St. Petersburg, FL, USA (April 27, 2012): The International Accounting Group (TIAG) will host its 17th international conference in San Francisco for its members on May 7-9, 2012. Among the topics will be a panel discussion titled Fraud Protection and Detection. Experts from the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), TIAG accounting firms and a lawyer from TIAG's sister legal alliance,TAGLawÂ®, will discuss experiences they have had in how businesses can prevent fraud and how, after the fact, they can recover funds wrongfully taken. TAGLaw, TIAG's sister alliance of independent law firms, will be holding its 27th international conference in parallel at The Four Seasons Hotel, and the two alliances will hold joint sessions on the third day of conference.
The President of TIAG, Robert U. Sattin, has authored a recent article in CCH's November issue of CPA Practice Management Forum. In the article, titled "Going Global Without LeavingÂ Home: Getting Value from a Network," Mr. Sattin discusses how a firm's decision to join an affiliate should be a part of their long-term strategic plan. Click here to read the article.
Robert U. Sattin, President of TIAG, was recently published in the January issue ofÂ CCH'sÂ CPA Practice Management Forum. In the article, "Charity Begins at Home: Screen Your Clients Before Accepting Them," Mr. Sattin discusses the importance of evaluating a potential new client and explains how to do so effectively.Â
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The value of a strong international alliance has never been more evident than recently, not only to the professional services firms that areÂ alliance members, but perhaps even more so to the clients they serve. Corporate International explores the value TIAG and TAGLaw provide their members and clients in a supplement to the August issue.Â