PracticeAccounting FirmsAfter 20 years Llambias departs ICAEW council

After 20 years Llambias departs ICAEW council

After 20 years as an ICAEW council member, Douglas Llambias, has lost his seat in the elections for the London constituency.

Link: Llambias wants detailed annual accounts

With 1,810 votes Llambias, last month, fell nine votes short of securing his place for another year. Alan Lindsey topped the list in the London constituency with 2,060 votes.

New entrant to the council this year is Surinder Kaul.

Llambias could well have been the longest serving council member at the ICAEW. He was undisturbed by the news of losing his seat: ‘There were no more than 50 votes between the last five seats – life is like that,’ he said. ‘I’m retiring with grace.’

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