Commenting on the appointment, Goodman said: ‘It is the responsibility of the IPA to provide a clear and efficient regulatory framework and licensing system.’
‘During my year as president of the IPA I intend to ensure that the association remains the regulator of choice and is seen to support and serve, as well as regulate its members.’
He added that as an insolvency practitioner, he sees education as a key role.
Goodman will be president of the IPA president for twelve months from May 4. The accountant qualified in 1970 and is currently senior partner at Leonard Curtis & Co an accounting and insolvency firm. He is also a fellow of R3, the Association of Business Recovery Professionals.
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