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New ICAEW vice-president pledges 'an edge'

The new vice-president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), Richard Dyson, has pledged to provide members with 'an edge' when he takes office on the 8th June 2005.

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Dyson, national risk management partner at Ernst & Young, was elected after a ballot of Institute Council members, and will replace existing vice-president Graham Durgan.

‘As a members’ organisation, we need to continually be seeking means of providing our members with an edge in an increasingly competitive and regulated environment,’ said Dyson.

He said another priority was to ensure that members were aware of the Institute’s work on their behalf, and provide them with ‘prompt and practical’ guidance to assist them in complying with any new requirements.

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