The Appraisal Institute of Canada (AIC) is actively involved in building affiliations around the world with like-minded organizations that believe in the importance of quality designation programs and effective professional standards within the valuation profession.
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AIC Accepts Invitation to Participate In Strategic Organizational Review Of IVSC (December 2014) The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) Trustees have commissioned an assessment of current processes, structures and resource to ensure the organisation is positioned to fulfil its mission of generating high quality valuation standards that serve the public interest. Read More
APEC Moves Towards Region-Wide Adoption (October 2014) Finance Ministers of the 21 member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) issued a joint statement at their annual meeting in Beijing last month which expressed their support for the relevant bodies to work with the IVSC in order to promote sound valuation practices across the region.
|Appraisal Institute of Canada Signs MOU (October 2014) Appraisal Institute of Canada signs MOU in support of international valuation standards – Toronto – October 24, 2014||
“The AIC is held in very high regard, both in Canada and beyond,” says Sir David Tweedie, IVSC Chairman. “With the leadership of an organization such as the AIC, which is already at a high level of professionalism, we are optimistic there will be a positive chain reaction and our ultimate goal of an international valuation standard will be accomplished.”
October 24th, 2014
AIC’s Leadership Role in the Globalization of International Valuation Standards – An Interview with IVSC’s Sir David Tweedie (June 2014) Why are international valuation standards so important in today’s economy? What are the biggest challenges of this alignment among countries? What is the international community’s perception of the AIC in regards to its standards, education, quality of designated members and other key programs and structures? Read More