Objectives of INAA
- To establish an international association primarily of accountants and auditors suitably qualified in their countries of origin.
- To facilitate the liaison between member firms so that they can obtain advice on international matters affecting their clients and the accountancy profession internationally.
- To facilitate the referral of professional work on an exclusive basis between member firms.
Advantages of membership
- Smaller and mid-tier firms can join together and emulate larger firms by establishing their own association of non-competing firms.
- Members can increase their client base through member referrals and strategic alliances made with each other.
- INAA holds two member conferences annually together with international tax and audit forums held throughout the year. These give members the opportunity to discuss strategy, including planning, with their international peers without the fear of divulging information to competitors. Members often leave these meetings with new referral and business opportunities.
- The opportunity to network provides each member firm with new and powerful practice development tools. Each member takes advantage of the geographical and financial leverage smaller firms enjoy when they band together.
- In the current competitive climate firms need to find new ways to leverage their existing services and intellectual capacities. An international association such as INAA provides just the opportunity to meet this challenge.