TS is eagerly anticipating the ICAEW’s annual review, due to be published tomorrow. Last year’s offering was a smorgasbord of shimmering graphics and eye-catching symbols that danced obligingly on screen. Readers were treated to such literary treats as the 2010 strategy (get bigger) and 2009 budget (“challenging”, with an ominous-sounding “deep procurement review”). TS can’t wait to see what this year has in store for the prestigious institute. With the royal wedding still fresh in people’s minds, hopes are high for a more optimistic review, possibly with a bit more spare cash and a free badge for every member.
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