Bruce Epsley has been appointed president of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants at its agm on Saturday. The new president, whose background is in business accounting, has represented CIMA, chairing the taxation group of the law and parliamentary committee. Epsley vowed to increase take-up of the CIMA qualification and take advantage of the growing role of management accountants to consolidate CIMA’s position and to promote the institute’s qualification worldwide.
More on the new CIMA president at: www.accountancyage.com/Practice/1122028.
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