Jee, group financial controller and treasurer at
Warrington-based British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL), has taken over from Robert Sheffrin as the first female president of
the Manchester Chartered
Accountants in its 126 year history.
Jee, 52, said her focus would be on training and education during her year of
office, as well as seeking to strengthen relationships with other professional
bodies to help promote Manchester as a centre of excellence for financial
Ernst & Young-trained Jee joined BNFL in 1992 and held various roles
before becoming group financial controller in 2001.
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