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Elections to CIMA Council 2004.

The following people have been re-elected to serve for another term on Council from the close of the annual general meeting on 12 June 2004 until the close of the annual general meeting in 2007:

* Alixe Bainbridge Spring--Area 1 (Central London and North Thames).

* Glynn Lowth--Area 3 (East Midlands).

* Nigel Higgs--Area 4 (West Midlands).

* David Stanford--Area 6 (North West England and North Wales).

* Harold Baird--Area 8 (Northern Ireland).

* Malcolm Furber--Area 10 (West, Central and Southern Africa).

* Francis Rowlands--Area 12 (South East England).

* Ian Kleinman--Area 17 (Europe, North Africa and Middle East).

* David Bush--Area 18 (the Americas).

* Aubrey EA Joachim--Area 19 (Australasia).

The following people have been elected for their first term as a member of Council, to serve from the close of the annual general meeting on 12 June 2004 until the close of the annual general meeting in 2007:

* Susan Parsons--Area 2 (South West England and South Wales).

* Clive Brownlee--Area 9 (Republic of Ireland).

* Bob Banham--Area 11 (Central Southern England).

* Sudarshan Senaratne--Area 14 (South Asia).

* Kenneth Chan--Area 15 (North Asia).

* Ow Kim Lee--Area 16 (South East Asia).

The following people have been co-opted to Council, to serve from the close of the annual general meeting in June 2004 for a further two years: W E Conneil, G Mcl Glass, A M Millar, A P Miskin and S K Parkes.
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