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Four IASCF Trustees reappointed

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25 Jul 2007

The Trustees of the International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC) Foundation, under which the IASB operates, have reappointed four Trustees for a second three-year term ending 31 December 2010. The Trustees are:

  • Oscar Fanjul, Vice Chairman, Omega Capital, and former Chairman Founder and CEO, Repsol, SA, Spain
  • Tsuguoki (Aki) Fujinuma, Former Chairman and President, Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants (JICPA), Japan
  • Alicja Kornasiewicz, Member of the Board of CA IB Corporate Finance Gmbh, Vienna, and CEO and Chairman of CA IB Group in Poland, Poland
  • Antonio Vegezzi, Retired Vice-Chairman, Capital International, Switzerland
The Trustees also announced an international public search to replace four Trustees who are not eligible for reappointment or are retiring as Trustees. Malcolm Knight of the Bank for International Settlements and Roberto Teixeira da Costa of Brazil have served the maximum of two terms. Richard Humphry of Australia is not seeking a second term, and William McDonough of the United States will be stepping down as a Trustee because of other commitments. Additionally, the Trustees are in the process of completing their search for a new Chairman of the Trustees. The IASC Foundation Trustees will advertise for candidates to fill the vacancies and are inviting individuals and organisations to submit applications to the Trustees' Nominating Committee by mid-September. Click for:


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