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ICAS appoints former PwC partner as CEO

The Institute of Chartered Accountants Scotland (ICAS) has appointed former PwC partner and head of corporate restructuring Bruce Cartwright as their CEO, effective 23 March 2018.

Current CEO Anton Colella is leaving the position after 11 years. Cartwright has been ICAS policy leadership executive director for the past six months and has chaired the ICAS Insolvency Committee and Technical Committee as well as been a member of the ICAS council from 2008 to 2014. He has also undertaken secondments to Royal Bank of Scotland and Carnaud Metal Box during his time at PwC.

Cartwright said: “I am hugely privileged and I intend to focus upon our partnerships within the global accountancy profession; grow the membership; and build on the strength of our communities.”

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