Former president of the ICAEW Paul Druckman has been re-appointed as a
director of the Financial Reporting Council, the minister for employment
relations and consumer affairs confirmed earlier today.
Gerry Sutcliffe announced Druckman’s two-year re-appointment and said he
would serve with the FRC until June 30 2007 – and receive about £15,000 per
Druckman is a representative of the Consultative Committee of Accountancy
Bodies (CCAB) and was president of the ICAEW until three weeks ago when Ian
Morris took over.
He has been chairman of both the IT faculty and the SME forum. He is also a
non-executive director at business software provider Access Accounting.
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