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US Senate hearing on financial reporting transparency

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29 Mar 2006

The Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance and Government Sponsored Enterprises of the US Senate Committee on Financial Services will hold a hearing entitled Fostering Accuracy and Transparency in Financial Reporting on Wednesday, 29 March 2006. Scheduled to testify: .

The Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance and Government Sponsored Enterprises of the US Senate Committee on Financial Services will hold a hearing entitled Fostering Accuracy and Transparency in Financial Reporting on Wednesday, 29 March 2006. Scheduled to testify:

Panel I

  • Willis Gradison, Acting Chairman, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board
  • Robert H. Herz, Chairman, Financial Accounting Standards Board
  • Scott Taub, Acting Chief Accountant, Securities and Exchange Commission

Panel II

  • David Hirschmann, Senior Vice President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Marc E. Lackritz, President, Securities Industry Association
  • Colleen Cunningham, President, Financial Executives International
  • Barry Melancon, President, The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Rebecca McEnally, Director of Capital Markets Policy, Center for Financial Markets Integrity, CFA Institute
Click for (PDF 66k). Click here for Links to Prepared Testimony for the hearing.

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