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CIMA elects president

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has elected its 84th president, David Stanford, for a one year term.

Stanford has been the deputy president of CIMA for the past year, as part of his 20 year period of serving at CIMA. CIMA president Andrew Miskin is leaving the position as his term ends.

Former Network Rail and NHS director Steve Swientozielskyj was elected as deputy president and Amal Ratnayake, CIMA Council representative for the Americas, is the new vice president.

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