RegulationAccounting StandardsICAEW seeks successor

ICAEW seeks successor

Sccessor sought: ICEAW’s seat after merger vote needs new occupant

Executive recruiters Boyden this week outlined the ICAEW’s requirements for
Eric Anstee’s successor.

As well as a business background, the job advert says the candidate should be
a ‘first class communicator and influencer’ with experience of ‘corporate
expansion’ and ‘exposure to government and the public sector’. The institute
also wants someone with ‘vision, charisma, energy and internationalism’, as well
as ‘intellectual strength’. Applicants for the role only have until 16 July to
put themselves forward.

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