So Ken Frost, one of the ICAEW’s arch agitators, has failed in his bid to join its council.
Needing the backing of 10 ICAEW members in his Croydon constitiuency, he got one.
Frost has blamed the Croydon District Society for failing to get in touch with local members on his behalf, despite his request.
‘It is ironic that at a time when the ICAEW claims that it wishes to take a more active role on the international stage, it is still using a voting model (local constituency based nominations and votes) more suited to a Victorian trade association,’ said Frost on his blog.
TS thinks the ICAEW council will be a lot quieter and less exciting without Ken on board.
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