The IBAS Board of Directors is responsible for the overall governance of the Institute. The Board provides leadership and guidance in terms of the activities, finances and the legal requirements of the Institute.
IBAS is a Company limited by Guarantee which requires the same governance as a Public Company.
IBAS is fortunate to have Directors who have voluntarily given their dedication and time to the work of IBAS using their particular professional skills.
Several of the Directors have continued their commitment since having agreed to be members of the inaugural Board established at Incorporation on 7th July 2000.
The Chairperson of the IBAS Board of Directors is Mr William Noonan OAM, replacing the inaugural Chairperson, Mr Kevin Ferguson, who resigned his position in April 2014 due to illness.
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