Mary Wrenn resigns
June 28 2007
The RIAS has announced that Mary Wrenn has resigned as Chief Executive of the Incorporation and will leave in August.
Wrenn said she was pleased to have been a “catalyst for change” in the RIAS, taking the lead in creating a new corporate identity, developing a 5-year Strategic Plan and consolidating the RIAS’s financial position. “In my appointment the RIAS recognised the need to modernise both its internal procedures and its external profile. I am pleased to have played a key role in the first stages of this transformation. For personal reasons I feel that I cannot commit to the length of time required to steering the next phase of change for the RIAS, and it is for this reason that I have decided to hand on the baton at this stage," said Wrenn.
The incoming RIAS President, Arnie Dunn, of Edinburgh practice Campbell + Arnott, said: “We are sorry to be losing Mary. "She has successfully led the Incorporation through a crucial phase in its development by setting the RIAS on the path to longer-term governance reform. She has re-introduced the competitions unit and taken the RIAS Andrew Doolan Award to new heights. Her dedication to developing the RIAS staff team has been particularly welcome,” said Dunn.
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