Australasian regional board
Recent changes agreed by CIMA’s council aim to bring the institute closer to local market conditions and provide the regional autonomy and empowerment essential to meet the council’s objectives.
CIMA wishes to ensure that it engages with and takes advantage of local conditions which are best understood by CIMA members and staff locally. They will be empowered to propose their own governance rules to meet CIMA's council’s objectives.
What does this mean for CIMA in Australasia?
CIMA’s council approved the formation of an Australasia regional board (ARB) in March 2011. Empowered by council, the ARB is dedicated to overseeing CIMA’s agreed strategy in terms of the Australasia market. The board replaces the existing NECs of Australia and New Zealand and is made up of representatives from both countries.
The Australasia board members for 2011-2014 are:
Adrian Fernando (chairperson)
Aneela De Soysa
Nominations for posts on the first regional board are now closed. Election for board positions will be held in early 2014.