Ian Morris has been named as the new president of the ICAEW, replacing Paul Druckman after his year-long term. Link: ICAEW wins vote over subscription hike
Morris is only the second president in the last 20 years to come from a smaller practice, being involved in two partnerships – Morris & Co and Turner Peachey – which run eight offices in the UK. He will oversee the proposed consolidation between the ICAEW and CIPFA during the Institute’s 125th year. ‘I believe that partnership and teamwork are the way to common ground,’ said Morris.
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