Rejman has departed the crisis-rocked human body pursuing the publication of Alison Levitt’s impartial evaluation, which criticised her for her function in the functions that led to the wrongful dismissal of the four non-executives who lifted problems more than an audit.
A source near to RICS advised Residence 7 days: “I can confirm that Alix Rejman has now left the organisation. Even so, we will not be producing any community remark.”
Her exit swiftly follows hot on the heels of the departure of Marina Kilcline – who was also criticised in the report – at the conclusion of very last thirty day period.
The report reported Kilcline, Rejman, previous RICS main government Sean Tompkins, former RICS main functioning officer Violetta Parylo and RICS’ authorized adviser Fieldfisher agreed “no later on than 1 Oct 2019 (and most likely as early as 13 September)” that non-executive administrators Simon Hardwick and Bruce McAra “had to go” since of their decision to increase worries in excess of the monetary audit.