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CIMA elects young president

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12th Jun 2007
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Gordon Grant has become the youngest person in 50 years to be elected president of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

Grant, who is 44 years old and takes over from John Coghlan, was also the youngest ever member of CIMA to be elected to the body's council.

"I am keen to harness the energy and dynamism of our membership and staff to maintain our position in an increasingly competitive global environment," he said.

CIMA also announced that Glynn Lowth, an IT manager for BASF IT Services, is to become deputy president, while Aubrey Joachim, a management instructor at Mentorland Management, will take up the role of vice president.

CIMA has over 158,000 members in 161 countries and is responsible for the training and education of management accountants.

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By AnonymousUser
21st Jun 2007 05:55

CIMA and 158,000 members
Congratulation Gordon Grant - you are managing the biggest UK (or is it EU too) professional body of 158,000 members.

CIMA has finally beaten ICAEW and ACCA to take first place. Congratulations on this achievement too.

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