PracticeAccounting FirmsChester man wins ICAEW vice-presidency

Chester man wins ICAEW vice-presidency

Ian Morris, an accountant based in Chester, has been elected as the next vice-president of the institute.

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Morris, a senior partner at Morris and Co and a partner at Shrewsbury-based Turner Peachey, will take up the post after winning a ballot of institute council members.

Following his victory at the polls, Morris said he was delighted, adding that he looked forward to working to ensure the ICAEW continues to ‘represent the views of chartered accountants as policies which affect the working lives of members, and indeed the wider business community, are developed and implemented’.

He will take up his post formally on the 4 June and will replace Paul Druckman, former head of the ICAEW’s IT Faculty,

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