The tenth AGM of the Chartered IIA was held on 16 October 2019.
Members heard reports from the outgoing President, Paul Manning CMIIA, the Chief Executive, Dr Ian Peters MBE, and received the report and accounts for 2018/19.
Members approved the appointment of Paul Day CMIIA as Director at Large, and voted in favour of:
Membership fees for 2020/21 were also approved.
The elected directors to the Council were announced:
The Council is the governing body of the Chartered IIA and is responsible for managing the business and affairs of the Institute. Its role is strategic, while day-to-day management of the organisation is delegated to the Chief Executive. The Council is responsible for:
Council members need to have the ability to work in a team and to critically analyse all matters. They need to have sound independent judgement. They should also have the ability to participate positively and constructively within meetings.
It is essential that they are willing and able to put in the time required. They should be active in the profession and ideally should also be active in the Chartered IIA. Council members must support the aims and objectives of the Institute.
The Council is comprised of a maximum of 15 directors. There may be up to four categories of director at any one time:
The sectors represented by Council should reflect the composition of the membership. The current directors are from the following sectors:
The nine elected Directors of Council are all voting members of the Chartered IIA. They are nominated and elected by voting Institute members.
The Council includes up to five Directors at large and up to three Co-opted Directors. Directors at Large are voting Institute members nominated by Council and elected by members at the AGM; Co-opted Directors are appointed by the Council and need not be Institute members.
The President, Deputy President and Chair of the Audit Committee are nominated from the existing Directors by the Council.