RegulationAccounting StandardsCIMA appoints new president

CIMA appoints new president

Irishman John Coghlan has been elected as CIMA's new president

John Coghlan has been elected as the new president of CIMA, and will be
supported by Gordon Grant and Glynn Lowth who were appointed as deputy president
and vice president respectively.

Coghlan has held senior roles at the Jefferson Smurfit Group and He has
served on CIMA’s executive committee and council for a number of years.

The new CIMA president said he was committed to continue growing CIMA’s
membership.

“We are forward looking business managers with firm roots in finance,’
Coghlan said.

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