It is understood that Sean Tompkins is in state-of-the-art conversations to resign as manager pursuing a governance scandal that has engulfed the crisis-hit system.
In the latest months Tompkins’ name has been battered by equally a bonus row and a governance scandal.
The move comes forward of a virtual push convention tomorrow into the conclusions of an unbiased critique into the institution.
The report, which will be posted at noon on Thursday 9 September, was commissioned to concentration on the dismissal of four directors in November 2019 soon after they lifted the alarm about the conclusions of a 2018 BDO financial audit.
The convention will be led by Nick Maclean, chair of Governing Council steering team for the review, and Alison Levitt QC, the author of the report.
It is the most recent in a wave of high-profile departures at RICS in new months.
In August, taking care of director Matthew Howell left the below-hearth system to take up a situation at the British Health care Affiliation (BMA).
In June, chief operating officer Violetta Parylo resigned unexpectedly.
Headhunters at leadership advisory firm Saxton Bampfylde are also in the late levels of getting a successor to Chris Brooke, who took more than as interim chair of the GC immediately after serving as RICS president in 2018-2019.
A RICS spokesperson said: “The Governing Council of RICS will be publishing the impartial overview executed by Alison Levitt QC at noon on Thursday September 9th. We will be holding a push convention at that time, to be dealt with by Nick Maclean, Chair of the Governing Council’s steering committee for the overview, and Alison Levitt QC, which can also be seen by customers and RICS employees. We will be not commenting even further until eventually then”.