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International Accounting Association
INAA and its staff will make every effort to provide the members with the most recent available data provided by EU Member States and collected from other publicly available and authoritative national sources. However, the information provided on this page might not be exhaustive. Therefore, INAA and its staff take no responsibility of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this page or individual decisions based thereon.
Covid Related FAQs
Effective March 7th, Hungary has waived most COVID-19 restrictions. That means anybody can enter the country without any certificate or PCR test from any country
- COVID certificate is required to access public space at the hotel.
- Only people with proven immunity against COVID can be accepted in the meeting rooms.
- Rapid tests are available in pharmacies and the Concierge can also help organising PCR testing in the Hotel and outside the Hotel as well. Testing centers are about 5-10 minutes walking from the Hotel.
- No social distancing in the meeting rooms
- No obligation to wear a mask in the meeting rooms
- masks are not compulsory any longer
- waiters should not wear masks in the restaurants
- there are no restrictions in number of guests attending any events
INAA Accounting Association in Figures
Present in more than0countries on 5 continents
More than0members worldwide
Participate in0meetings per year all around the world
More than0partners & +4200 employees
We think beyond borders
For more than two decades, INAA has worked to expand business boundaries and create global opportunities to empower SMEs. International accounting & auditing opportunities With businesses expanding worldwide like never before, there’s now a greater need to offer a variety of international accounting, audit and professional services. Our foresight has allowed us to provide a global network of capability and experienced professionals so you can offer clients worldwide support.
Our service is global,
our care is personal
All clients value personal care. The shared trust built through INAA’s local, regional and international events means ensures your clients receive the same standard of personal service worldwide.You’ll feel instantly at home when joining INAA as we’re dedicated to building strong, close relationships and maintaining that valued personal touch.
With INAA, help is around the corner
Connecting with member firms in other countries allows you to deliver accountancy, taxation and related professional services to your clients around the world. Your professional network means you can offer clients a continuous, efficient service in any location or area of specialism. Working with a highly-skilled, English-speaking tax specialist or auditor in over 50 countries is just as easy as phoning a colleague down the road.
We champion quality
Our Quality Committee supports member firms around the world to develop their knowledge, capabilities and connections. Our dedication to quality gives you the ability to offer improved and consistent services as your clients expand into new markets. INAA is also proud to be an accredited professional education provider in the U.S. with NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy).
INAA code of conduct
Within the INAA community, we focus on promoting the common interests of our fellow accounting peers to promote mutual respect and trust among individual members, their firms and the wider international accounting association.
We’re committed to displaying a high standard of professional behaviour, international standards and quality of service. We regularly update, our company and individual profiles to reflect our professional skills and capacities.
We’re model citizens and maintain high accounting and auditing standards. We support the fair treatment of all human beings and agree to act in a socially responsible manner, within the laws, customs and traditions of the countries in which we operate and meet.
We also try to understand and respect the traditions, the social and professional behaviours of each country as long as they do not contradict our Code of Conduct.
We treat fellow INAA peers and their staff members, colleagues, clients and others with respect, dignity, fairness and courtesy.
We’re proud of the diversity of our accounting & audit members and consider our diversity a competitive advantage to be nurtured and expanded.
We are committed to maintaining a collegial and mutually respectful environment within INAA free of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Therefore, we will not discriminate based on gender, race, colour, national origin, sexual orientation or any other protected characteristic.
We will uphold ethical business behaviour as a basic INAA standard of conduct. We will conduct business following accepted principles of honesty and shall speak truthfully in all business practices to pursue legitimate objectives.
We agree to maintain confidentiality for our members and customers and respect patents, copyrights, exclusive trademarks. We’ll also follow the required taxes, VAT, and insurance certificates as well as the IFAC Code of Ethics.
We agree to adhere to local and international regulatory requirements and respond to requests promptly.
We’ll also honour our obligations to INAA by timely reporting referral work and other requested information, as required by the INAA Agreement, Regulations and Quality Standards.
We agree to use our best efforts to promote this Code of Conduct throughout the entire INAA organisation, to the whole supply chain, our employees as well as other suppliers with whom we may work.
We aim to achieve a good understanding of all stakeholders in our industry to promote healthy competition, fair play, and the creation of value.
All disputes will be handled as stipulated in the INAA Agreement.
The INAA board
INAA is governed by a democratically elected board including a chairman, vice chairman and seven directors. The INAA Secretariat handles the day-to-day administration and reports directly to the board.
Turner, Stone & Company LLP, USA
Ed received his accounting degree from the University of Central Florida in 1975 and began his career in public accounting with a large local firm in Dallas, Texas in 1976. In 1985 he co-founded the firm of Turner, Stone & Company, LLP.
Ed is one of three audit and accounting partners along with two other tax partners. The firm has 23 other professional staff members. Ed’s experience include a wide range of industries and specialties including public (listed) companies, not-for-profit organizations, real estate, manufacturing, oil and gas, construction and mortgage banking. The firm serves clients throughout Texas and the southern and western United States as well as being auditor of record for several U.S. subsidiaries of foreign listed companies. The firm is also registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Ed is licensed to practice public accounting in the State of Texas, is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, including serving for approximately nine years on its Peer Review Committee, this experience enabling him to serve as the firm’s Quality Control partner. Ed’s outside interest include golf, tennis and snow skiing.
BTA Baudo Tax & Accounting Stprl, Italy
Andrea graduated in the year 2000 from Bocconi University of Milan in Economics. After his graduation, Andrea had an internship position in the USA at Marks Paneth & Shron LLP, a CPA firm in New York (USA) in 2001. After that experience in NY he started to work in his father’s firm (Baudo – Gazzola Commercialisti Associati) in Milan.
In 2004 Andrea became a qualified accountant and auditor under Italian Law. Andrea is now one of the six partners at Baudo & Partners. He advises clients, mainly corporations, both Italian and foreign, on corporate tax and governance. His client’s activities are mainly in real estate, IT and e-commerce, insurance, logistics, shipping and cargo services. Andrea assists his clients on tax planning, start-up, business strategy, reorganization and business development, and reporting, and business plans. Andrea works since 2013 with the Court of Milan on insolvency and bankruptcy procedures.
Dr. Neumann, Schmeer und Partner, Germany
Dirc graduated in 1991 from University of Cologne in economics and started his career at Dr. Neumann Schmeer und Partner. He is certified tax consultant and chartered accountant and since 2003 managing partner.
In addition to advice and care of scientific institutes, public utilities and public service companies, he also specialises in audit, VAT and corporate taxes, insolvency and restructuring.
SRA International Network, Netherlands
Mieke Herinckx-Meijer started her career at SRA in 2015. She studied law at the University of Utrecht. At SRA she manages the activity of the independent SRA-review committee which audits all 370 SRA-members on their quality level and compliance.
Besides her focus on quality-audits she is also closely involved with all policy making activities within SRA. Mieke has attended most INAA-meetings since 2000 and has been an active contributor to INAA with her work for several committees since 2016 such as the Quality, Exclusivity and Program committee.
Mieke is married and lives in The Netherlands. She loves to spend her free time doing all things culinary and taking long walks with her dogs.
Madhava Rao Srinivasan
M Srinivasan & Associates, India
Srini is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and has over 30 years of experience in Assurance/taxation and consulting.
He is the Managing Partner of M. Srinivasan & Associates, Chartered Accountants with offices at Chennai/Bangalore/Hyderabad and Mumbai in India. He has served as a member of several central committees of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He holds directorship in a few companies. Actively involved in various professional and charity activities.
Srini is the chair of the Membership Development Committee.
Michael is the managing partner of brag Buchhaltungs- und Revisions- AG (Accounting and Auditing Ltd) in Zug/Zurich, Switzerland. The company has expertise in audit, accounting and tax advisory.
Michael has studied economics at the business school of university of St. Gallen (Switzerland) and late he became a Swiss CPA. Michael started his career with Arthur Andersen, Zurich as a CPA and advisor for IFRS, due diligence and valuations. After several years with Arthur Andersen and later with Ernst & Young in Zurich he decided to continue his career in Zug, nearby Zurich. brag Accounting and Auditing Ltd. was formed in 1962 an employs today up to 25 staff members.
Michael’s expertise is accounting and audit engagement, but he is also experienced as a tax advisor for Swiss taxes. Michael is a member of the executive board of the Swiss accounting standard board, Swiss GAAP FER (www.fer.ch) and a member of the audit commission of EXPERTSuisse, the chamber of accountants and tax advisors in Switzerland (www.expertsuisse.ch).
Bornhausen Consulting, Germany
Jörg is one of three Partners of Bornhausen Consulting in Frankfurt (Germany). He studied business and economics at the University of Frankfurt and graduated in 2010. After his graduation he worked as an intern for Turner, Stone & Company, LLP, our INAA-Member in Dallas, Texas.
Since 2011 Jörg has been working for Bornhausen Consulting and became a partner in 2016. He is qualified as certified tax advisor and certified chartered accountant in Germany. Bornhausen Consulting provides its international clients with professional services in different industries.
Bornhausen Consulting is a member of INAA since the beginning of INAA in 1992. Jörg is experienced in advice on international tax affairs, local and international accounting standards and performs audits for international companies. The business fields of his clients include larger real-estate investments, hotels, IT-companies and manufacturing-companies. Jörg is married and has a young son. One of his hobbies is playing tennis at the weekend.
Crawford Ellenbogen, USA
Vic is a versatile accounting professional and certified fraud examiner. He works with closely held business, non-profit and individual clients. He is CrawfordEllenbogen’s resident “guru” on tax planning and compliance strategies. Vic provides guidance on issues dealing with tax, accounting, systems controls, and procedures and best practices.
Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Accounting, magna cum laude, Carlow University. Master’s Degree in Taxation with high honors, Duquesne University. Certified Fraud Examiner.
Committed to professional and community affairs, Vic is a board member, Treasurer, Chair of the Finance Committee and member of the Executive Committee of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council. He is a two-time past president and member of the Executive Committee of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs (PICPA). Currently, he serves on the statewide nominating committee. Vic’s newest community endeavor brings him to the Persad Center as a board member. He currently serves as chair of the Board Acquisition, Retention & Training Committee. Vic also serves on their Finance committee. Previously, he served on the advisory board of Future Tenant, a program of Carnegie Mellon University and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust for the master’s in arts management program. Vic has also mentored for the Ignite MODE Social Innovation Camp, and Hilltop and Launch MODE programs sponsored by New Sun Rising.
Vic is a 2015 graduate of the Entrepreneurial Fellows Class, a program of the Institute of Entrepreneurial Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh. He was recognized by PUMP and Pittsburgh Magazine as one of Pittsburgh’s “Top 40 Under 40.” PICPA also recognized Vic as their 2018 Volunteer Service Award recipient. Additionally, he was one of 2009’s “40 Under 40 Members to Watch”.
Vic has been a professor and guest lecturer on accounting, tax and finance issues at Carlow University, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh Small Business Development Center, the University of Pittsburgh Law School, and the University of Pittsburgh Center for Executive Education. He has also lectured at numerous arts institutions. In addition, he provides pro bono assistance to numerous arts organizations as a Business Volunteer for the Arts, a program of Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.
Michel is the Chairman founder of Absoluce, an independent network of Accounting and Auditing French firms that is made of 700 professionals across 23 offices in France.
He studied math and economics at the University of Toulouse, graduated in 1974 and became a French CPA. He created Revirex who became Sygnatures in 2005. In 2013, Michel sold Sygnatures and created Michel Tudel and Associes. In 2009, Michel along with several other independent accounting firms launched Absoluce, France’s largest independent accounting firm network.
Michel is experienced with local and international accounting standards, French tax and French business law. He provides audit and accounting services, as well as financial valuations and accounting oriented litigation services to public and private companies.
Michel is the president of CNECJ (Compagnie Nationale des Experts-Comptables de Justice), the French Chamber of Independent Accounting Experts (expert witness), President of honor of CNCC, the French National Board of Statutory Auditors, and former member of H3C, the French audit standards and regulatory board.
Saroj V. Maniar
CNK & Associates LLP, India
A Practicing Chartered Accountant and a rank holder in the Final Company Secretarial examination.
Professional experience of more than 25 years. Been the Managing Partner of Maniar and Maniar, Chartered Accountants prior to its merger with CNK & Associates, LLP about 12 years back.
Currently a Partner with CNK & Associates, LLP specializing in the field of direct taxation, representation and advisory. Also handles the Human Resource Initiatives in the firm.
Actively involved in various Professional Forums and is a member of the Taxation Committee of the Bombay Chartered Accountants Society and Direct Tax Committee of Western Indian Regional Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Been honorary Treasurer and Secretary of Bombay International School. Trustee of We Foundation, an NGO engaged in local initiatives for making a difference in the lives of the under privileged.
Delivered talks on various professional subjects at various forums including the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Bombay Chartered Accountants Society and Rotary Club.
Contributed articles to The Economic Times, The Times of India, Outlook Investor and a column in Mint.
Written an E book on the Direct Tax Dispute Resolution Scheme published by the Bombay Chartered Accountants’ Society.
Husband Vijay is a Chartered Accountant and a partner with EY, India. Daughter Drishti is pursuing Chartered Accountancy course and son Manas has graduated from Brandeis University in 2019 and would shortly start working in Boston, USA for an Economics Consultancy Firm.
Love travelling, going for long walks, relaxing with a light read and meeting new people.
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