ACCA past president and current council member Ken Duncan died last week of a heart attack, aged 63. He became president in 1993/94 and served on many committees. He represented the profession on the International Federation of Accountants ethics committee. Born in Aberdeen, he qualified with ACCA in 1965 and become a Fellow in 1997. He spent his working life dealing with Revenue law matters and after serving as a tax inspector, he worked for Texaco and Esso prior to joining Duracell Europe in Crawley, West Sussex, where he was director of taxation. Duncan was elected to council in 1980 and chaired policy, external affairs, disciplinary and taxation committees.
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