UK - The independent regulator, Financial Reporting Council (FRC), has appointed seven new members to its review panel - including three partners from KPMG.
FRC is responsible for promoting confidence in corporate reporting and governance, and the financial reporting review panel is one of six operating bodies within the organisation.
The seven members are: Former CDT chief financial officer Daniel Abrams; HBOS group chief accountant James Coyle; HM Treasury government finance profession head Mary Keegan; Ernst & Young partner David Lindsell; and KPMG partners Jimmy Daboo, Chris Moulder and Richard Pinckard.
FRC Chairman Sir Christopher Hogg said of the appointments:
“The range of experience and knowledge brought by these members will provide valuable additional resources to the panel and ensure that it continues to draw on all sections of the financial reporting community.”
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