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ICAEW appoints vice president

Arthur Bailey has been appointed vice president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

Bailey has served on the ICAEW council for 14 years, including three years as chairman of audit and is currently a member of the ICAEW board.

Bailey beat competition from Ian Davies, Nick Parker and Nathan Steinberg to take up the postion.

“The last few years have presented us with significant challenges as well as opportunities. As an office holder I will seek to provide positive leadership, robust challenge, as well as support for our executive team and staff, in order to ensure that we meet those challenges, take opportunities and achieve our strategic goals.” Bailey said.

Bailey will take office in June and will work in support of Mark Spofforth who has been appointed be president for 2012-2013.

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