SPEAKING at the ICAEW’s annual general meeting, chief executive Michael Izza was very keen to draw members’ attention to the institute’s recently re-launched magazine Economia.
In particular Izza was eager to clarify confusion over the pronunciation of its name. He stressed it was not ‘EE-con-O-mia’.
TS was then forced not to laugh out loud when Izza himself couldn’t pronounce it properly.
Say it with me, Izza: ‘Econo-me-a’.
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