PUNE (India) Sir Ronald Flanagan, the newly appointed chairman of the ICCs Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) will hold the seminar for all regional security managers later this week in London, it was learnt here Monday. According to the Dubai-based sources, this will be Flanagans first opportunity to interact with his own people in London. Sir Ronnie Flanagan, one of the United Kingdoms most senior former policemen, has been recently appointed as the new Chairman of the ICCs ACSU, in succession to Lord Condon, who retired few days ago, and acts in consultation with the ICC Chief Executive, Haroon Lorgat. The Unit is an operating division of the ICC Code of Conduct Commission, which is chaired by Michael Beloff QC. The ICC has at present, the four Regional Security Managers, each looking after the two Test playing nations. They are : Arrie De Beer (South Africa & Zimbabwe), John Rhodes (Australia & New Zealand), Ronald Hope (England & West Indies), and Dharamveer Singh Yadav (India & Sri Lanka). The replacement for late Lt. Col. (Retd.) Noor, who passed away few months ago, is yet to be named. However, according to the PCB sources, one Mr. Hassan, an SP ranking officer in Pakistan, has been short listed, and if selected, will look after the matches being played by Pakistan and Bangladesh. Indias Niranjan Virk, who has been promoted to the post as an investigator, along with Ravi Sawani, the General Manager/Chief Investigator - ACSU are also likely to remain present in the seminar, the source further added.