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CIOT names East Midlands honorary president

Hubbard is the first ever recipient of this honour in the branch’s 37-year history

Andrew Hubbard has been named as the CIOT East Midlands branch honorary president at the branch’s conference, after being welcomed by RSM UK’s Susan Ball, the Chartered Institute of Taxation’s new president.

Hubbard is the first ever recipient of this honour in the branch’s 37-year history.

As honorary president, he will act as a figurehead for the branch and carry out roles including chairing future tax conferences, attending events, presenting awards to prize winners in the East Midlands and promoting relations between the branch and the wider tax community.

Hubbard has previously served on the ATT Council for 13 years and was on the CIOT Council for 15 years.

Susan Ball, RSM UK partner and new CIOT president, said: “We are delighted to have welcomed Andrew onboard as the East Midlands Branch honorary president. Andrew has made an enormous contribution to the tax profession for many years as both ATT and CIOT and is a well-respected figure within the tax community, therefore, this is awarded in recognition of his outstanding service during his career.”

Hubbard added: “It’s a huge honour to be awarded this title, particularly as the first recipient. The East Midlands Branch has achieved remarkable things over the years, so I’m looking forward to seeing its success continue in the future.”

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