TaxPersonal TaxFirst president of AAT retires from council

First president of AAT retires from council

The first president of the Association of Taxation Technicians had retired from the ATT Council after serving for eleven years.

Roy Jennings was ATT President from 1989 to 1992 and guided the association through its early years.

Jennings was presented with a silver salver by the current ATT President John Kimmer to mark his retirement from council.

‘Without Roy the Association would not have developed as quickly or as successfully as it has in its first ten years. His contribution to ATT’s development has been immense,’ said Kimmer.

Jennings will continue to represent ATT on the new disciplinary body for the whole of the tax profession and also on the Audit Committee, both jointly operated with the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

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