Peter van der Sande nominated for role of ICPA President

By Fraser Bryans - January 9th, 2011



Peter van der Sande nominated for Role of President by ICPA Nominating Committee


Following Tony Cameron”s decision to stand down as President of the Association later this year, the ICPA Nominating Committee recommended to the Board that Peter van der Sande should be Board members” preferred nominee. This recommendation was accepted unanimously by Board members.

The election for President will take place at the Annual General Meeting in Singapore in September and a call for nominations will issue to all members in due course.

Peter van der Sande, who was recently nominated to the ICPA Board, is General Director of the Dutch Custodial Institutions Agency (DJI). In declaring himself willing to be considered and to stand for President at this year”s election, to succeed Tony Cameron, Peter commented:

“I am extremely honoured to be considered for the position of President and grateful for the support of the Nominating Committee and Board members. It is not only a great honour for me personally but also recognition of the work and status of the Dutch Service which, as you will all know, has long promoted the important work of the Association.

ICPA is growing in strength and influence. I know that the principal reason for this has been the work that the Board and ICPA members have driven forward over recent years. Achieving such prominence internationally is built not on promises but on hard work and dedication and ICPA members are to be congratulated for all the work that they have done to achieve this. I truly hope that, if elected, with all your support over the coming years I can help the Association grow and expand its influence and work further. I relish the challenge of the task and the opportunity of working to advance the Association and its aims.”







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