Last week I posted that CIMA's council were due to vote again on the proposed merger between ICAEW, CIMA and CIPFA on 4th February.
I subsequently withdrew that post, and issued an apology, as it seemed that I had been given the wrong date; the date of the vote is now being reported as the 1st of March.
However, I see from an article posted on 6th January 2005 in Accountancy Age, that a vote had indeed been planned for early February.
"..All hope is now focused on renewed discussions to forge a replacement plan, but the leaders of the 'merger three' have only a small window of opportunity before the next council meetings scheduled for early February...".
It seems that the CIMA vote may have been postponed.
Can someone shed some light on this please?
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Thursday, February 10, 2005
Posted by Ken Frost at 9:28 AM
Labels: Accountancy Age, cima, cipfa, Council, merger
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