The new chief executive at CABE, Richard Simmons, will arrive in the Waterloo hot seat with plenty to think about. First will be the audit into the commission's governance, which may well recommend changes in procedure to ensure that potential conflicts of interest are not only properly managed but are seen to be properly managed. CABE chair Stuart Lipton, who completes five years in the role this August, is reported to be thinking about calling it a day, now that the new chief exec ...
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