Council of directors

About the Council

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:

  • Determining the Institute's vision, values and goals
  • Determining the Institute's strategic objectives and strategic policies
  • Setting the pace for the Institute's current operations and future development
  • Ensuring that the Institute's organisational structure and capability are appropriate for implementing the chosen strategies
  • Monitoring and evaluating the implementation of strategies, policies and business plans
  • Ensuring that internal controls are effective
  • Ensuring accountability to members.   

Council is the ultimate decision-making body in the Chartered IIA. It takes reports from the committees and the executive and makes decisions based on their input and recommendations.

Click here to meet the council

Click here to find out how the council is composed

Click here to view the results of this year's council elections

Click here to view our five standing committees

Click here to see how our election to council process works

Click here to find out what our council meetings involve


Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Members who have taken the IIA Diploma or IIA Advanced Diploma are known as voting members. These members are eligible to vote at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) which usually takes place in October. At the AGM they vote for the President, Deputy President and new Council directors and on other items of business.

The eleventh AGM of the Chartered IIA was held on Wednesday 21 October. Members heard reports from the President, Paul Manning CMIIA, the Chief Executive, John Wood, and received the report and accounts for 2019/20.

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