How APM is run
The Association for Project Management (APM) is the chartered body for the project profession and is the United Kingdom member association of IPMA. It is incorporated by Royal Charter RC000890 and is governed by its Charter, which is supplemented by its regulations. APM is a registered charity No. 1171112, VAT No. 261 595 782.
Individuals in the Full member and Fellow grades (MAPM/FAPM) are statutory members of the company. In accordance with the articles, the board of APM also agrees regulations to cover detailed aspects of governance. This includes the matters that the board has devolved to staff of APM to undertake on its behalf.
APM has a board of 12 elected trustees (who must be Full members) and up to three appointed trustees.
The role of the board and board members is explained in more detail here, and in the candidate briefing pack for the annual elections.
The award-winning Association for Project Management, the chartered body for the project profession, has announced a record-breaking performance for the third year running. APM, who collected ‘Best UK Association’ and ‘Best Association Conference in London’ at the Association Excellence Awards in March 2016, enjoyed record membership levels, qualification candidates and revenue, as well as a sold out conference and awards.
Annual reports and reviews
- Tom Taylor
- Dr Martin Barnes CBE
- Donald Heath OBE
- Professor Peter Morris
- Professor Tony Ridley CBE
- Miles Shepherd
- Professor Rodney Turner
Association for Project Management is incorporated by Royal Charter RC000890 and a registered charity No. 1171112. Principal office is Ibis House, Regent Park, Summerleys Road, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, HP27 9LE.
Ibis Trading Limited, registered in England No. 6536096, is a subsidiary of Association for Project Management, which is incorporated by Royal Charter RC000890 and a registered charity No. 1171112. Registered office is Ibis House, Regent Park, Summerleys Road, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, HP27 9LE.