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Paxity elects governing council regional representatives

Praxity has announced its regionally elected representatives to the association's governing council, effective 1 January 2016 for a three year mandate.

Elected regional representatives are:

  • For the Africa and Middle East region: Hilton Saven (Mazars-Cape Town)
  • For the Asia Pacific region: Zhang Ke (ShineWing-Beijing) and Nick Hatzistergos (William Buck-Sydney).
  • For the European region: Philip Verity(Mazars-London), Loic Wallaert (Mazars-Paris), Gerhard Meyer (FALK-Heidelberg) and Kurt Schweighart (LeitnerLeitner-Vienna)
  • For the Latin America and Caribbean region: Luis Martinez (Mazars)
  • For the North American region: Gordon Krater (Plante Moran-Detroit, MI), Ted Dickman (BKD-Indianapolis, In), Chris Schmidt (Moss Adams-Seattle, WA) and Matt Snow (DHG-Charlotte, NC)

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