Airmic appoints Julia Graham as technical director

Jenny Messenger 13 March 2015

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Airmic has appointed Julia Graham as its technical director, the UK risk managers’ association announced yesterday (12 March).

Graham will replace Paul Hopkin in the role from 1 May. Hopkin announced his decision to step down in January this year.

Currently, Graham is president of the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (Ferma), and was formerly chair of Airmic.

She will continue as Ferma president until the expiry of her term of office in October this year, and will remain…

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