The Institute of Chartered Accountants in
England & Wales (ICAEW) has appointed Martin Manuzi as its
regional director for Europe. Manuzi began his career with ICAEW in
1998 and recently was its head of European affairs.

Manuzi’s responsibilities will include
increasing the institute’s presence and profile in the region, and
building on ICAEW’s existing relationships with EU institutions,
stakeholders and the profession.

“The establishment of the region will
significantly enhance our ability to offer access to the portfolio
of ICAEW qualifications and capacity building services while also
facilitating our work on technical and regulatory issues in
partnership with professional institutes across Europe,” Manuzi

Manuzi represents the ICAEW on the
Qualification and Market Access Working Party of the Federation of
European Accountants (Fédération des Experts Comptable Européens –
FEE). He acts as the technical adviser to the UK member of FEE
council on behalf of the Consultative Committee of Accountancy

ICAEW chief executive Michael Izza said Manuzi
has been a driver for the institute establishing relationships with
key accountancy stakeholders and bodies across Europe.

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