PracticeAccounting FirmsAAT set to appoint new president

AAT set to appoint new president

The Association of Accounting Technicians is set to appoint Mike Dudding as president at its AGM on Friday.

His vice-president during his one-year term, will be Jan Bell, programme manager of the Accounting School at Fareham College.

Dudding, said: ‘Accounting technicians fulfil a wide range of accounting functions and play an important role in many organisations. As AAT President I want to promote the importance of belonging to a professional body.

His presidential theme will be ‘AAT: it all adds up’. Dudding began his career in accountant 30 years ago with the Greater London Council. He then moved to Kent County Council, where he was employed as Assistant County Treasurer and later Head of the Corporate Review. He now works as a freelance consultant on public finance management.

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