ICAS Council Elections 2017 open until 26 April

Casting a ballot
By Hannah Downie, CA Today

10 April 2017

Your Vote Matters. By electing Council Members today, you decide what the ICAS of tomorrow will look like.

Council Members play a key role in driving forward the ICAS strategy of ‘building the global professional community’.  

Voting is now well underway in the 2017 Council Elections. In the first few days we saw a rush of members casting their ballots.

If you haven’t yet voted, in either the Council Election or the AGM, there is still time to cast your vote online.  You will need the voting code included in the email sent to you on 10 April.  

Voting will close at 12 noon (BST) on 26 April 2017.

Eight candidates are standing for election to two open seat vacancies.

The candidates are: Colin Crosby, Andrew Freeman, Ann Hansen, Rahel Haque, Stephen Harman, Kristopher Keane, Suzy Kerton and Gillian O’Dea.

Find out more about the candidates and the key issues they are campaigning on.

AGM being held on 28 April

The Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday, 28 April 2017 at 2.30pm at CA House, 21 Haymarket Yards, Edinburgh, EH12 5BH. 

A light sandwich lunch will be available from 1.15pm and Sir Ewan Brown CBE FRSE MA LLB CA FCIBS Hon FRZS (Scot), will address members at 1.45pm.

Members wishing to attend the Annual General Meeting are asked to inform Fiona Mackay, Director, Member Engagement (email: fmackay@icas.com or tel: 0131 347 0213) of their intention by 21 April 2017.

The Annual Report and Consolidated Financial Statements can be accessed from the ICAS website.

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