Below is an excerpt from a recent article in CPA Practice Adivsor about TIAG's contribution to Ebola relief efforts in West Africa.
"'With more than 9,000 reported cases, 4,876 deaths, and a direct or indirect impact on jurisdictions where we have members, we want to take an active leadership role in helping to alleviate the devastating effects of this humanitarian crisis by supporting the heroic efforts of Doctors Without Borders,' said Peter Appleton Jones, Chairman & Founder of TIAG and TAG Foundation trustee. 'The impact of politics and the media has only been to sow fear, hysteria and more sadly, division. We want to change that with positive efforts and energy.'"
TIAG and its support of Ebola relief efforts was recently featured by Accounting Today. Below is an excerpt from the article.
"On Monday, TAG Foundation trustees announced a $10,000 donation from the foundation's funds to assist Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in their Ebola relief efforts in West Africa. The TAG Foundation is the charitable organization founded by TIAG, an international alliance of independent accounting firms, and its broader organization, The TAG Alliances."
International Trade, International Markets, Cultural Protocols and Crowd Funding among the topics covered.
Hong Kong (October 20, 2014) - The International Accounting GroupÂ® (TIAGÂ®) will hold its 23rd international conference from October 20 through 22nd in Hong Kong.
Below is an excerpt from a recent article by CPA Practice Advisor about TIAG's international conference in Hong Kong.
"'We are excited to again host a TAG Alliances international conference in Asia,' said Robert Sattin, President of the TAG Alliances. 'Our membership there is strong, active and growing and our members from all over the world are finding their clients looking at China and Southeast Asia as growing markets. With presentations on the regional economy, culture, laws and tax regimes, our members will find themselves leaders in their home communities on doing business in Asia-Pacific.'"
St. Petersburg, FL (July 9, 2014) For the third consecutive year, Accountancy Age Magazine has recognized The TAG Alliances as one of the top three accounting alliances in the world. The rankings, which are based on the collective revenues of the member firms, include 20 associations and alliances.
In addition to being one of the largest alliances in the world, The TAG Alliances also distinguishes itself as one of the few multidisciplinary alliances for accountants. Composed of TIAG® (The International Accounting Group), an alliance of independent accounting firms and TAGLaw®, an alliance of independent law firms, The TAG Alliances serve the full business needs of its members clients.
"To be recognized again as one of the largest alliances in the world is a tribute to the growth and success of our more than 260 member firms," said Bob Sattin, President of The TAG Alliances. "Recognition from a publication as well known and well respected as Accountancy Age also shows our members and their clients, the global and professional reach their accountants have when they need to do business in other parts of the world."