CIMA disciplinary committee decisions.

PositionThe Institute

When appearing before the Disciplinary Committee, Patrick Foy (registered student) admitted misconduct in that he had described himself on his curriculum vitae as a "qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants since 1994", when he was not a member - although he had completed his CIMA examinations in 1994. He had incorrectly described his status and qualifications, thereby breaching the Code of Ethics (Professional Behaviour) and Members' Regulation 11 relevant at the time.

The Committee considered it appropriate to reprimand Foy, with no fine, the majority of the charge having been admitted by him and no member of the public, or company, or institution having suffered any loss, Foy was also required to pay [pounds sterling]5,662.50 towards the disciplinary costs.

The Disciplinary Committee found Samuel Omoniyi (registered student) guilty of misconduct. When employed as a financial controller in 2004, Omoniyi had written out cheques totalling [pounds sterling]115,750, which resulted in a...

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