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IMA names new president.

The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) named Leo M. Loiselle, CPA, its new president at its 74th annual conference held in San Francisco in June.

Loiselle, who assumed office on July 1, is the managing partner of Loiselle and Beatham, CPAs, in Bangor, Maine. He succeeds Robert W. Liptak, CPA, who will serve as IMA board chairman for one year.

As he assumed office, Loiselle was optimistic about the future of the IMA but believed it "should become more prominent and more proactive in standard-setting bodies and in discussions of international accounting issues. It also needs to get more nationwide and worldwide recognition for its certified management accountant program."
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Title Annotation:Institute of Management Accountants
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
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Date:Aug 1, 1993
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