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CIMA elects president

Keith Luck has been elected president of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) at its annual general meeting on 7 June.

Luck served as deputy president during the outgoing president Malcolm Furber's tenure. He has also been a member of CIMA's governing body, the council, for eight years.

Previously he was the institute's representative to the International Federation of Accountants' professional accountants in business committee from 2006 to 2012.

"As the global economy recovers, the spotlight is on its shape and momentum, raising CIMA's relevance in boardrooms and classrooms across the world," Luck said.

Myriam Madden was elected deputy president. She works as director of finance for Historic Scotland, a government's agency that preserves the Scottish cultural heritage.

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