On 2 February, Ian Livsey became Chief Executive of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM). One of his priorities will be to raise awareness of IRM’s professional standards for members and champion its new certification scheme.
Ian has previously held Chief Executive posts at the Gangmaster Licensing Authority, the Centre for Rail Skills and the Guidance Accreditation Board. He has also held a number of Chairman roles.
Welcoming Ian to IRM, Chairman José Morago said: “Ian’s background in standard setting fits perfectly with IRM’s renewed focus on standards and professionalism for risk practitioners. We warmly welcome Ian to IRM and look forward to the benefit his experience will bring.”
Ian Livsey looked to the future: “I am determined to seize the challenges and opportunities facing our members. The complexity of today’s risk environment makes an irrefutable case for IRM’s focus on standards and certification. I look forward to being part of the IRM as it takes the lead in these initiatives to support risk practitioners, employers and governments.”
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