International Fiscal Association Expands to UAE


Abu Dhabi, Sep 7: The International Fiscal Association's General Council has officially recognized its United Arab Emirates (UAE) Chapter during the 63rd Congress of the IFA in Vancouver, WAM news agency reported Sunday.

"We are very encouraged by the response we have received from the fiscal community in the UAE as well as the wider Gulf region," says Howard R. Hull, chairman of the UAE Chapter.

"The International Fiscal Association is a platform for tax practitioners to address topical issues and latest developments in international tax law and practice," he added.

The IFA was established in 1938 with its headquarters in the Netherlands. It is a non-governmental body dealing in fiscal matters and has a membership over 12,000 from some 100 countries.

The objectives of the IFA include the study and advancement of international and comparative law in regard to public finance, specifically international and comparative fiscal law.



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