The ICAEW has recruited Martin Manuzi to the role of regional director of
The current head of European affairs, based in Brussels, will now be tasked
with increasing the institutes’ presence in the region which already has more
than 400,000 members in Europe.
Manuzi joined the institute in 1998 and was the main author of the 2008
report on international accounting networks and associations compiled by the
Fédération des Experts Comptable Européens.
Michael Izza, ICAEW’s CEO, said: “Martin has played a key role in the ICAEW’s
work in Brussels over the past decade, ensuring our organisation’s voice has
been heard in matters relating to the profession and our expertise has been
shared with relevant EU institutions.
“He has also been a driver in establishing relationships with key accountancy
profession stakeholders and bodies across Europe, giving him a very strong base
on which to further build and enhance ICAEW’s presence and engagement in the
The ICAEW has 134,000 members in more than 160 countries.
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