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FASAC membership update

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Nov 25, 2013

The Trustees of the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) have announced the appointments of ten new members to the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council (FASAC).

The new FASAC members are:

  • John Boulton — Director, Accounting Research and Policy, Fitch Ratings
  • Colleen Conrad — Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
  • Cathy Engelbert — National Audit Managing Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Larry Gray — Senior Partner, EisnerAmper
  • Wendy Hambleton — Partner, Director of SEC Services, BDO USA, LLP
  • Xihao Hu — Senior Vice President and Chief Accountant, The Toronto Dominion Bank (TD)
  • Marsha Hunt — Vice President—Controller and Principal Accounting Officer, Cummins, Inc.
  • Dan Mahoney — Global Director of Research, CFRA
  • Daniel Meader — Principal, Trinity Private Equity Group LP
  • Jeff Wilks — Director and Ernst & Young Professor, Brigham Young University’s School of Accountancy

The new members will serve a one-year term beginning January 1, 2014, and are eligible to be reappointed for three additional one-year terms.

The FAF also announced the renewal of the terms of 24 current FASAC members for an additional year and noted its continued search for a new FASAC chairman to replace Charles Noski, who concludes his term as chairman at the end of this year.

For more information, please see the press release on the FAF's Web site.

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