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ICAEW council members Paul Aplin and Clive Parritt vie for vice-presidency role

Written by Kevin Reed


Accountancy Age, 22 Jan 2009

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Tax expert Paul Aplin and long-standing council member Clive Parritt are the nominations for the
next vice-presidency of the ICAEW.

The winner is appointed VP for a year, before moving up to deputy president, then president 12
months later.

Aplin has chaired the ICAEW's tax


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faculty and served as a lobbyist for
tax advisers over the taxman's move
to electronic tax filing.

Parritt was Baker Tilly chairman until


his move to chief executive role at JOB OF THE WEEK
corporate finance house The Business
Exchange. Parritt joined council in
1983. He recently served as chairman
at ill-fated BetonSports, which was
liquidated after a run-in with US
regulators.
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