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Financial Accounting Standards Board

ORGANIZATION

"The mission of the Financial Accounting Standards Board is to establish and improve standards of financial accounting and reporting for the guidance and education of the public, including issuers, auditors, and users of financial information."

Official Website:
http://www.fasb.org/

Location:
Norwalk, CT

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dennis R. Beresford
Business
23-Nov-1938   FASB Chairman, 1987-97
Susan S. Bies
Business
5-May-1947   Former EVP, First Tennessee National Corp
Richard H. Booth
Business
c. 1948   CAO of American International Group
Robert C. Butler
Business
c. 1931   CFO of International Paper, 1988-95
Errol M. Cook
Business
c. 1940   Former Partner, Warburg Pincus
Blake E. Devitt
Business
c. 1946   Retired Partner, Ernst & Young
Kenneth A. Goldman
Business
c. 1949   CFO of Siebel Systems, 2000-06
Karl M. von der Heyden
Business
?   Vice Chairman of Pepsi, 1996-2001
Donald D. Humphreys
Business
c. 1949   Senior VP at Exxon Mobil
John B. Morse, Jr.
Business
c. 1946   CFO of Washington Post Co., 1989-2008
Aulana L. Peters
Business
30-Nov-1941   Former Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Paul L. Smith
Business
c. 1935   CFO of Kodak, 1983-93
Michael H. Sutton
Business
c. 1940   Chief SEC Accountant, 1995-98
Robert J. Swieringa
Educator
c. 1942   Dean of Johnson School at Cornell
Richard J. Swift
Business
c. 1944   CEO of Foster Wheeler, 1994-2001
John K. Wulff
Business
c. 1949   CFO of Union Carbide, 1996-2001


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