The History of the JSCCA

JSCCA

The JSCCA was formed in 1974, replacing the earlier Jersey Association of Practising Accountants formed in 1954.

The new body embraced Certified accountants with Chartered professionals, and those persons not yet, or who had ceased to be in practice. Not everyone was supportive of the uniting of Chartered members with their future Certified colleagues. However a majority vote carried the proposition and the first AGM recorded a total membership of 118.

The original objects of the Society remain, being:

  • to encourage co-operation between members, and to stimulate the interest and participation of members in matters concerning the accounting profession;
  • to provide a forum for discussion on matters of mutual interest and to provide a medium for expression of professional opinion on matters of public interest;
  • to communicate with the Jersey authorities and other professional bodies; and
  • to promote high standards of professional conduct.

Our Presidential Roll Call is an impressive list of well-known industry shapers from past and present, generations of leaders and innovative thinkers who can be linked with various periods of challenge, change and success in the islands’ economic development.

 

The Society's Roll of Presidents

Name Dates
James de Veulle 2018 - 
Paul Woodman 2017 - 2018
Chris Stuart 2015 - 2017
Andrew Quinn 2013 - 2015
Andrew Isham 2011 - 2013
Wendy Dorman 2009 - 2011
Heather MacCallum 2007 - 2009
Clive Tomes 2005 - 2007
Simon Radford 2003 - 2005
Peter M Yates 2001 - 2003
Larry Catterson 1999 - 2001
Martin A J Sabey 1997 - 1999
Geoffrey J Grime 1995 - 1997
Nick Cuttiford 1993 - 1995
Ken R Baglow 1991 - 1993
Clive N S Barton 1989 - 1991
Leslie R Crapp 1988 - 1989
John M Horrell 1987 - 1988
Alf W Medlock 1986 - 1987
P John de Veulle 1985 - 1986
Geoffrey S F Piper 1983 - 1985
Reg F Walker 1982 - 1983
Mervyn R Frankel 1981 - 1982
Harry C Craig 1980 - 1981
John Clennett 1978 - 1980
Peter G Blampied 1976 - 1978
F Norman Padgham 1974 - 1976

 

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