News and press release listing

AAT responds to the ‘expected’ delay to Making Tax Digital

Ever since the Prime Minister called the upcoming General Election, it was to be expected that there would be a delay to the Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative.

AAT responds to the General Election announcement

Phil Hall, AAT Head of Public Affairs & Public Policy, responds to the General Election announcement.

Annual General Meeting 2017

The AGM will include the presentation of AAT’s 2016 annual report and financial statements with an opportunity to raise questions.

Beating the odds: five of the greatest all-time sporting triumphs

Ahead of this weekend’s 170th Grand National and on the 50th anniversary of an unlikely victory at the 1967 event, AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has compiled a list of some unlikely underdogs who beat incredible odds to win in their sport.

AAT Annual Conference wins award at Association Excellence Awards

AAT has won the Best Association Conference award at this year’s Association Excellence Awards.

Skills Commission report puts spotlight on older workers

A new report from the Skills Commission, highlighting the benefits of training for older workers, has been published today.

March Public Affairs & Public Policy activities from AAT

View some key highlights of our Public Affairs and Public Policy activities for March 2017. 

AAT announces the shortlist for the 2017 Training Provider Awards

AAT today reveals the shortlist for this year’s Training Provider Awards, celebrating the achievements of providers and individuals who have demonstrated excellence in the delivery of AAT qualifications.

AAT student triumphs at Government Finance Awards

A Swansea-based student studying accounting qualifications run by AAT has been named the Government’s Accounting Technician of the Year at the 2017 Government Finance Awards.

AAT becomes first accountancy body to sign Women in Finance Charter

AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) has become one of the latest organisations – and the first accountancy body – to sign up to the Women in Finance Charter.