The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), a professional body for management accountants, will hold its 2020 annual general meeting on 3 June 2020 at 11:30am.
The meeting will be held remotely for the first time in the Institute’s 101-year history amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During the meeting CIMA members will elect the new president, deputy president and vice president of CIMA Council, the Institute’s governing body. The nominees are:
- Nick Jackson, FCMA, CGMA, for CIMA president
- Paul Ash FCMA, CGMA, for CIMA deputy president
- Melanie Kanaka, FCMA, CGMA, for CIMA vice president
The current CIMA president, Amal Ratnayake, FCMA, CGMA, will become immediate past president on completion of his year in office.
It comes after CIMA announced the launch of a free resource to help businesses navigate the effects of the ongoing pandemic.
The new toolkit, entitled ‘Reimagine business resilience in the Covid-19 world’, will draw on the “extensive experience and solid expertise” of CIMA members in business and finance.
Its aim is to provide business leaders with three tools to plan for their transition into a “post-Covid-19 reality” and build resilience across their businesses.