RICS general counsel Alix Rejman has left the organisation, Property Week can reveal.



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Rejman has departed the crisis-rocked body following the publication of Alison Levitt’s independent review, which criticised her for her role in the events that led to the wrongful dismissal of the four non-executives who raised concerns over an audit.

A source close to RICS told Property Week: “I can confirm that Alix Rejman has now left the organisation. However, we won’t be making any public comment.”

Her exit follows hot on the heels of the departure of Marina Kilcline – who was also criticised in the report – at the end of last month.

The report said Kilcline, Rejman, former RICS chief executive Sean Tompkins, former RICS chief operating officer Violetta Parylo and RICS’ legal adviser Fieldfisher agreed “no later than 1 October 2019 (and probably as early as 13 September)” that non-executive directors Simon Hardwick and Bruce McAra “had to go” because of their decision to raise concerns over the financial audit.