Paul Ash elected 88th president of world’s largest management accountants body

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has elected Paul Ash, FCMA, CGMA, as its 88th president, and the sixth chair of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants.
The CIMA is considered the world’s largest professional body of management accountants.

During the one-year term, Paul Ash will focus on a digital agenda, to analyse services that accounting professionals provide, and demonstrate the value they bring in a fast-changing and modern business world.

Most recently Mr Ash has founded, financed, and developed several businesses in the energy, media and property services sectors. His energy businesses provide power and heat to their customers in the agricultural and manufacturing sectors, using the latest technologies to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and carbon emissions.

In his new appointment, Mr Ash will encourage members to pursue new opportunities to help their organisations adapt and thrive in the challenging environment.

“I am proud to have been elected as CIMA president and serve as chair of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants. It will be a privilege to serve our members and students around the world,” said Mr Ash.

“The shock created by the pandemic has accelerated the transformation of our profession to meet the demands of an ever-changing business world, harness the power of new and emerging technologies, and to remain at the forefront of business decision making for years to come.”

CIMA said Mr Ash will work closely

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