The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) has announced that its current Chief Executive, Steve Fowler, has decided to step down next month.
Steve is not leaving IRM for good, however: he will take up a part-time consulting role as a Strategic Adviser to the professional body, specialising in international relationships and major developments.
The interim Chief Executive will be Jeremy Harrison, currently a Deputy Chairman for the organisation and previously Head of Project Risk Management at Network Rail.
Steve sees a bright future for the professional body: IRM is radically different to the organisation I joined as Chief Executive eleven years ago: ten times bigger financially, a membership 600% larger, and with real influence throughout the world. We are now poised for even greater things. None of this would have been possible without all the terrific support, help and advice I’ve received from our very many volunteers, our business partners and, of course, our hard-working and creative team at 6 Lloyds Avenue. I’m looking forward now to supporting the Institute’s growth in my new capacity: this will also give me much-needed time and space to pursue other interests as well.”
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Read the full press release via the IRM website