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THE Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors have named their new Art & Antiques board following the mass resignation of former members in protest over RICS policy.

Heading up what has been deliberately formed as a more global board is Christie's International vice chairman Richard Roundell. He is joined by Matthew Coles, an Old Master specialist from loss adjusters the Davies Group; Ellen Epstein, a director of the US-based art advisory service The Art Appraiser; Elin Lake-Ewald of O'Toole-Ewald Art Associates of New York; independent art and antiques valuer Susan Orringe; Professor Sarah Sayce, head of the School of Surveying & Planning at Kingston University; and Ergina Xydous, an art critic and historian based in Greece.