Abby Johnson appointed as president of CISI South Coast Committee

Branch's second female president in 23 years

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"Supported by an enthusiastic committee, we will continue to provide high-quality CPD events in our area" - CISI branch president Abby Johnson
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"Supported by an enthusiastic committee, we will continue to provide high-quality CPD events in our area" - CISI branch president Abby Johnson

Charles Stanley investment manager Abby Johnson has been appointed as president of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) South Coast Committee.

Only the second woman to be elected president in the branch's 23 year history, she replaces JP Morgan Chase regulatory reporting officer Simon Roche, who held the position for the previous two year...

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