CIArb News

2018 Trustee Election Results - Announcement

07 Nov 2018

5 new trustees have been elected in the contested 2018 Trustee Elections in Great Britain, East Asia and the Middle East/Indian sub-continent. They will serve on CIArb's Board of Trustees from 1 January 2019. The new trustees are:

Great Britain: Lucy Greenwood, Jonathan Wood and Andrew Miller QC
East Asia: Paul Barrett
Middle East/Indian Sub-Continent: Mohamed Adbel Wahab

The breakdown of the election results, as provided by the Electoral Reform Services (ERS), is as follows:

Great Britain (3 vacancies)

  Lucy GREENWOOD

479

 ELECTED

 

  Jonathan WOOD

331

 ELECTED

 

  Andrew MILLER QC

258

 ELECTED

 

  Louis FLANNERY QC

 251

 

  Charles BROWN

 241

 

  Rodney APPLEYARD

 226

 

  Richard HAMILTON MORRIS

 215

 

         

 

East Asia (1 vacancy)

 Paul BARRETT

 340

         ELECTED

 

 Cecil ABRAHAM

 171

 

Middle East/Indian Sub-Continent (1 vacancy)

 Mohammed ABDEL WAHAB

 296

 ELECTED

 

 Chandrakant KAMDAR

 218

 

As previously announced, the following candidate was elected as Trustee for the Africa region, the term beginning 1 January 2020.

Africa region (1 vacancy)

Dr David Kariuki Muigua (uncontested)

CIArb would like to thank all candidates for offering themselves for election and wishes the successful candidates good luck in their roles as members of the Board of Trustees.

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