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AIA

American Institute of Architects (AIA)

A professional organization, founded in 1857, whose purpose is to establish and promote professionalism and accountability on the part of its members, and to promote architectural design excellence. Address: 1735 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006.

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AIA Group Limited and its subsidiary business entities include the biggest independent publicly traded life insurance group with pan-Asian footprint.
We started at the bottom of the pack when we joined AIA two years ago, and now, other countries are looking up to us.
We look forward to providing support, events, and activities for students, Associate and International Associate AIA members, Young Architects and Fellows of the AIA," he stated.
Country: Hong KongSector: InsuranceTarget: AIA Group LimitedBuyer: Unnamed institutional investors Vendor: American International Group IncDeal size in USD: 2bnType: DivestmentStatus: Agreed
AIG used to own all of AIA and sow two-thirds of the company in a Hong Kong initial public offering in late 2010.
AIA Georgia is the largest professional association of licensed architects and associated professionals in the state of Georgia.
CRISIL believes that AIA will improve its market position over the medium term by strengthening its position in the global mining sector.
Mark Wilson, President and Chief Executive Officer of the AIA Group said, "Today's announcement represents a clear and formal roadmap for our independence.
The AIA, under some pressure from the Treasury Department, bans contingent fees and most advertising.
The AIA works to create a public understanding of architects and architecture in many ways.
Last year, AIA Honolulu made sustainable development it's Lead issue and created the chapter's first Sustainable Award.
We think our new look appropriately represents who AIA is and always will be: forceful and results-oriented advocates for property and casualty insurers," said Robert E.