The Advanced Diploma in International Taxation offered by the Chartered
Institute of Taxation will now be available to ACCA members worldwide following
the signing of a global agreement.
ACCA chief executive Allen Blewitt said the diploma would allow members to
prove their expertise in international tax.
Holders of the diploma are entitled to use the designatory letters ‘ADIT’
after their name and will be able to call themselves ‘International Tax
Affiliates of The Chartered Institute of Taxation’.
To qualify for the diploma, candidates will have to demonstrate knowledge of
the principles of international taxation, in-depth knowledge of international
tax issues for their primary jurisdiction and an awareness of basic tax issues,
particularly in relation to international tax, in at least one secondary
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