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ICAS member kicked out for misconduct

ICAS tribunal expels Michael Alan Hendry Revels from membership , ordering him to pay a penalty of £5,000 and costs of £4,500

ICAS has expelled one of its members for professional misconduct.

The Institute’s Discipline Tribunal ordered Michael Alan Hendry Revels to pay
a penalty of £5,000 and costs of £4,500.

Revels had been “engaged in public practice without the benefit of either a
practising certificate or confirming to the Institute that he held the requisite
professional indemnity insurance in terms of the Institute’s bye-laws,” ICAS
said.

In expelling Revels, the Tribunal noted that the clear rationale behind the
rules and byelaws governing practising certificates and professional indemnity
cover was the protection of the public.

Further reading:

ICAS
to up the ante on ethics

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