The ICAEW’s new leaders have taken their posts today at Moorgate Place.
Michael Izza officially takes over as
chief executive of the ICAEW, replacing Eric Anstee.
Izza has already given a general outline of his plans for the institute,
which will heavily involve carrying on the controversial strategy of
consolidation that was rebuffed in 2005.
He has announced a three-month period in which he will stamp his authority on
the role, and make further announcements on what he plans to achieve.
Richard Dyson, a partner at Ernst & Young, is the new president of the
ICAEW, taking over from Ian Morris.
Morris served 18 months in the role, six months longer than expected, due to
then-incoming president Graham Durgan stepping down over a controversy
surrounding a contract awarded by the institute to a company in which he was a
The institute also announced Martin Hagen as the institute’s new deputy
president, a role he will hold for 18 months before stepping up to replace David
Furst as deputy president.
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