International Association of Public Accountants (IAPA International)

MHMY Auditors is a member firm of International Association of Public Accountants (IAPA). IAPA is a global association of independent accountancy and business advisory firms that aims to support its members in providing their clients with a diverse range of professional ,comprehensive and cost-effective business solutions, regardless of sector or location.

Success in a global market comes from local knowledge. The international reach of IAPA member firms offers instant access to first-hand knowledge of local regulations, culture and customs – removing potential cross-border uncertainties and increasing the opportunities for real business development.

Key to IAPA's success is the value placed on personal service offering effective, sustainable business solutions at an individual level, as well as the strength of support between global members.

Background

Established in 1979, IAPA comprises around 230 member firms with offices in more than 50 countries. Based on the total fee income of its membership:

  • IAPA ranks amongst the top 25 global accounting organisations
  • Has an annual turnover of over US$ 1 billion

Our member firms

Each IAPA member is an independent firm controlled or owned by individuals holding internationally recognised accountancy qualifications. Admission to IAPA is subject to rigorous eligibility criteria and in joining the association every member firm commits to maintaining IAPA's high standards of professionalism and integrity.

Registrations and Accreditations

MHMY Auditors is registered professional auditing and accounting firm with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Sultanate of Oman. The firm is also accredited with Capital Market Authority, Sultanate of Oman, enabling the firm to carry out the statutory audits of public companies in Sultanate of Oman.

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Disclaimer
“ IAPA is a global association of separate and independently owned and managed accountancy firms. IAPA does not provide client services and it does not accept responsibility or liability for the acts or omissions of its members nor or any other entities to which reference is made in IAPA’s website or other materials. Likewise, the members of IAPA are separate and independent legal entities, and as such each has no responsibility or liability for the acts or omissions of other members nor of any other entities to which reference is made in IAPA’s website or other materials.

While IAPA may include within its membership groupings of firms that together may form “networks” as defined by the IFAC Code of Ethics (Section 290) and the European Union Statutory Audit (revised 8th Company Law) Directive, IAPA is not a “network” in its own right, and thus is exempt from regulations applicable to “networks.”