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Malaysian institute president’s term ends

The Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) president Mohammad Faiz Azmi’s term has ended and the institute will elect a new president at its next Council meeting on 24 August.

Azmi is the current executive chairman for PwC and has been an assurance partner in financial services since 1996. In a statement published on the institute’s website, he said that during his tenure as MIA president the institute had made significant changes to address the recommendations of the Committee for the Strengthening of the Accounting Profession (CSAP) as well as preparing for the future of the profession.

His statement highlighted some of the concluded and ongoing projects and initiatives including the development of the MIA 2008 to 2030 strategic plan.

His statement can be found here.

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