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New office bearers for ACCA Scotland

ACCA Scotland elected Peter Fee as its president at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in May.

New ACCA Scotland president Peter Fee is the finance director of a specialist outsourcing credit control / debt recovery group. Having commenced his career in banking, he qualified as a member of ACCA in 1996 and was awarded fellowship in 2001. Since qualifying he has worked in a number of diverse industries and was also a part time lecturer in accounting.

He has been on the ACCA Scotland Committee for approximately ten years, having previously been a member of the Glasgow and West of Scotland panel. He is also on ACCA's business law review committee.

Fee said: "I am thrilled to have been elected president of ACCA Scotland, which is a real honour, and very much look forward to working with my colleagues and the wider ACCA membership to further the interests of the accountancy profession in Scotland."

Graham Reid was elected deputy president at the same meeting. He became a member of ACCA in 1989 whilst with the Transport Development Group. After qualifying, Graham moved to London where he spent six years with Thomson Holidays in the operational audit team and as overseas finance manager.

Reid returned to Edinburgh, joining CALA in 1995 as finance manager for the homes division in Scotland and was appointed group financial controller in 1998. He was promoted to group finance director in 2001.

He has served on ACCA Council and is a member of the ACCA Scotland committee. He is currently chairman of the Scottish Finance Directors' Group and is a governor at George Watson's College in Edinburgh.

Reid says: "ACCA Scotland makes a significant contribution locally and l very much look forward to working to represent the interests of its members in Scotland."

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