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ICAS nominates vice-president

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) has designated Ken McHattie, a qualified solicitor and accountant, to become vice-president, the Scottish institute has revealed.

McHattie is the sole nominee put forward by the council of ICAS and if elected in the elections to be held between 31 March and 22 April 2014, he would succeed deputy president Jann Brown.

"I would be honoured to serve the members as an Office Bearer at an important stage in our transformation of ICAS," he said.

McHattie currently serves as a member of the ICAS council and is the chairman of Aurora Petroleum, a UK oil company.

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