Druckman defeated rival Nick Parker, chairman of the ICAEW’s Members’ Directorate, by nine votes, securing 40 votes from his fellow councillors.
He will take up the position in June this year, and will go on to become president of the ICAEW in 2004.
In his manifesto, Druckman called for the Institute to play an active role in the global arena. He said: ‘Our role in the international stage is critical, and having worked within an international group, I recognise the global risks and opportunities.’
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