New office holders take the reins at LSCA
It is all change at the London Society of Chartered Accountants as a new team of office holders took up their positions following the June meeting of the society’s Main Committee and AGM.
Helen Brennan, a director at KPMG, becomes LSCA President after two years as Vice and Deputy President. Brennan outlined her themes for the coming year at the AGM, focusing on how chartered accountants can thrive rather than merely survive in the current ‘interesting’ times.
Nathan Steinberg, a consultant at Kreston Reeves and London member of ICAEW Council, becomes Deputy President following current Vice President Adrian Mansbridge’s decision to stand down due to work and family commitments.
Business coach Indy Agnihotri, small practitioner Krutsna Buddhdev and insurance consultant John Freudenthal have been appointed as Vice Presidents, by the Main Committee, which has the power to appoint up to three VPs. All three are members of the LSCA Main Committee.
All office holders took up their positions following the Main Committee meeting on 26 June.
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