RegulationAccounting StandardsBlackpool man elected as ICA president for North West

Blackpool man elected as ICA president for North West

Anthony Cox, 32 from KPMG elected to the position

Anthony
Cox, 32, from Blackpool has become one of the youngest president’s
of the
Institute of Chartered Accountants in the
North West
.

Cox was appointed due to his experience as senior tax manager at the Preston
office of KPMG.

He said his aim was to recruit more college and university graduates into the
accountancy profession.

He takes over the position from Bernard Laverty, director of David Whitehead
Accountants in Parbold, near Wigan.

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