English ICA announces hopefuls for vice-presidency
The two candidates who will slug it out for the office of vice-president of the English ICA have been announced.
Company chairman Andrew Shelley and PricewaterhouseCoopers’ partner Peter Wyman have been named as candidates. Voting will take place at the institute council meeting on 9 February and the victor will take office at the council meeting on 7 June.
As the vice-president role is third-in-line to the chain of office, either Shelley or Wyman can expect to be installed as president during 2002.