During his tour in visiting the regional CIMA outlets, CIMA President Gulzari Babber, will make his visit to Sri Lanka this week. During his visit he will be taking part in the two convocations of CIMA for students and members introducing 307 new graduates to the corporate world and welcoming 513 new members to its fraternity.
The President will also make several courtesy calls on important business dignitaries and corporate whilst hosting the annual CIMA members dinner and visiting the leading CIMA tuition providers in the island.
Gulzari Babber has being a member of the council since 1997. He is one of the institute’s registered members in practice who runs his own accountancy and taxation practice in Harrow, West London since 1985.
He served as an elected member of the CIMA Council from 1997 to 2010, representing the North London Thames Area (Region 1), and was an active member of various committees since 2001.
Babber chaired a number of the policy committees including: the Members’ Services Committee, Marketing Committee, Professional Standards Committee and Technical Committee before being elected as the CIMA Vice President in June 2010, of which he served as a member of the Institute’s Executive Committee since 2001.
He is actively involved in voluntary and religious organisations and served as Civilian Chair of Harrow Air Training Corp 1454 Squadron and the Treasurer of Hindu Forum Britain.
As a dedicated Hindu, he is the Vishwa Hindu Temple Southall General Secretary and the Metropolitan Police Hindu Consultation Forum Joint Chairman. He currently serves as the Ealing Community and Police Consultative Group Chairman.