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AICPA-UK member forum.

The American Institute of CPAs is reaching out to American CPAs living and working in the United Kingdom.

Earlier this year, more than 45 CPAs attended the founding meeting of the AICPA member forum, held at the European Business School in London. This was the second such forum that had been organized outside the United States; a similar group was rounded in Switzerland in 1990.

According to AICPA President Philip B. Chenok, the forum's purpose is to provide a professional and social network for AICPA members residing and working in the United Kingdom and to serve as a direct channel of communication with the Institute.

For further information regarding the AICPA-UK member forum or plans for similar forums in other countries, contact Jay Rothberg, vice-president-state society relations, AICPA, 1211 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10036.
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jul 1, 1992
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