Committees of the Board

Find out about our the committees of the Board of Trustees.

Disciplinary and Complaints Committee

The Disciplinary and Complaints Committee considers disciplinary matters relating to Members and Associates and deals with complaints regarding Members and Associates and makes recommendations/reports to the Board of Trustees.

What is the committee responsible for?

Our main role covers the following areas of work:

  • Termination or suspension of Membership of or Association with the College and suspension or termination of Office, or imposition of Undertakings.
  • Termination or suspension of membership of the Board of Trustees and of Council or imposition of Undertakings.
  • Appeals against termination or suspension or the imposition of Undertakings.
  • Applications for reinstatement where Membership of the College or Associateship of the College has been terminated.
  • Applications for reinstatement on the College Register of former Members of the College.
  • Handling complaints received under the College's "Complaints against College Members or Associates" procedure.
  • Removal of Honorary Fellows.
  • Monitoring trends in complaints received, reviewing and approving relevant documentation, policies and procedures.

Who is on the committee?

Chair (Registrar)Dr Trudi Seneviratne
DeanProfessor Subodh Dave
Trustee (Elected College Member)Professor John Gunn
Lay TrusteeCindy Leslie
Lay TrusteeKaren Turner
Council MemberDr Declan Hyland

Finance Management Committee

The Finance Management Committee considers the College’s financial policy and makes recommendations/reports to the Board of Trustees

What is the committee responsible for?

Our main role is to:

  • monitor the current and longer term financial situation of the College by regular review of relevant management information
  • scrutinise all annual budgets
  • scrutinise Research grant budgets when and if funding has been approved rather than at the point of application
  • scrutinise in appropriate detail the financial implications of any new project, initiative, service or contract
  • review and make recommendations about travel and subsistence rates, staff cost of living increases, payments to users and carers and membership subscription and registration fees
  • develop further, monitor and analyse fund-raising activities in conjunction with relevant groups
  • monitor income from all sources and to promote income generation
  • monitor risk management aspects of new and ongoing activities with particular regard to potential financial risks.

Who is on the committee?

Chair (Treasurer)Prof John Crichton
Divisions representativeDr Declan Hyland
Faculties representativeDr Mani Santhanakrishnan
Devolved Nation representativeDr Linda Findlay
Lay TrusteeCindy Leslie
Lay TrusteeSally Spensley
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