ASOSAIAsian Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (regional working group of INTOSAI)
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Established in 1979 with 11 members, the ASOSAI has now grown to 45 SAIs.
Out of them Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Indonesia, Nepal and Thailand were successful in securing seats on ASOSAI Governing Board.
Winning a seat on ASOSAI Governing Board will enhance prestige of Pakistan among the comity of nations.
The ASOSAI comprises the Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) of 46 Asian countries and provides a forum where developments in the fields of financial management, audit and accounting are shared among the member states.
The Auditor General of Pakistan congratulated the SAI Vietnam on their selection as host of 14th ASOSAI Assembly in 2018.
election as member of ASOSAI Governing Board in the upcoming 13th ASOSAI Assembly at Malaysia and expressed his gratitude for the warm reception during his visit to Vietnam in February 2013.
The Philippines had already hosted three ASOSAI board meetings.
ISLAMABAD, March 01, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) and Chairman Asian Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI), Muhammad Akhtar Buland Rana on Wednesday chaired the first plenary session of the 12th ASOSAI Assembly in Jaipur, India.
Established in New Delhi in 1979, ASOSAI is one of the seven Regional
The ASOSAI includes as members the financial audit bodies of Asian
Chairman ASOSAI Jiayi Liu, Secretary General Vinod Roy, Secretary General INTOSAI and 138 delegates from 33 ASOSAI member states also attended the conference.