Magazine article Financial Management (UK)

Bronze Medallists

Magazine article Financial Management (UK)

Bronze Medallists

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Albert Wallace Cowie was a member of council for area I from 1978 to 1984. During this period, he served as a member of two standing committees -- finance for five years and examinations for seven years. More recent service to CIMA has been as a dedicated and hardworking member of the investment sub-committee. He stood down in June 2000, having served since 1979.

CIMA bought 61 Portland Place during Cowie's time as chairman between 1980 and 1984. Although this was initially an investment decision, it enabled the institute to expand to accommodate new staff more recently.

Basil Lawrence Sidney Hulatt began training with CIMA when he left the police force in 1958. He qualified in 1963 and became a fellow in 1982. Hulatt enjoyed a varied career in industry and retired as group chief accountant for CU Ware in 1999.

Hulatt has been active in CIMA since registering as a student in the 1950s. He has tirelessly supported not only the Luton and Bedford Branch, but also all area 3 branch committees. Hulatt has given talks to CIMA members in the area and at the University of East Anglia: He has given both time and support to all members in the area who he represented on CIMA council for 15 years.

Frank Macfarlane registered as a student in August 1962 and passed the final examination in 1967. He was elected an associate in January 1968 and became a fellow in July 1973.

Macfarlane joined the Manchester and District Branch committee in 1977 and he has held a variety of appointments in the branch. He was elected branch president in 1982 and has twice served as branch secretary. He was awarded an institute plaque in 1989. From 1985 to 1988 he was a member of CIMP/s public-sector committee.

He held various financial appointments in the engineering industry before entering local government in 1975 when he joined Manchester City Council. …

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